This job does make really great money. I don't think I'll ever have a job that pays this well ever again, HOWEVER, that doesn't mean it's worth keeping.
Firstly, the training I received was minimal and did not prepare me very well... I was even told to "not bother buckling up my seat belt" when driving house-to-house in rural areas, because it'd "take up too much time"... I did not know how to work many buttons on my handheld, I wasn't even properly trained on how to load my routes at the end of the day, so I messed up on that a couple of times, which I think is a super essential thing to teach. Overall, my supervisor is really terrible at doing their job well, but it doesn't matter because they'll only receive a slap on the wrist for it all anyways.
Second, the winter months are awful. I bought a whole new vehicle just so I could drive through the snow with lots of clearance, so this job technically put me in debt rather than paying my bills. Then walking through thigh-high snow for 6 hours a day was exhausting. You're never thanked for a job well done, but instead asked to provide $20-$40 doctors notes each time you're sick because they don't want to trust you, even if you're working your a** off every other day.
I am very excited to find a new job in the future.
This job might be better in areas with less snow and different supervisors.
Also, have fun worrying, "am I going to get attacked by a dog today?" each time you enter a yard/property with any dog on it.