Field Service Technician Reviews

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Based on 2,556 responses, the job of Field Service Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.73 out of 5. On average, Field Service Technicians are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Field Service Technician?

May 2014
Field Service Technician:
Work hard learn your equipment and most of all the customer is allways correct.
May 2014
"Great work, not easy but rewarding,"
Field Service Technician:
Pros: Working with my tools.
Cons: Working in bad weather.
June 2014
"Satisfying Work That Keeps Me Out In The Field."
Field Service Technician:
Pros: Field work. Trust from supervisors. Working on something tangible.
Cons: Travel time. Weekend and night work.
July 2014
"Lots of hours driving."
Field Service Technician:
Have a good attitude.
July 2014
"Oil Field Worker."
Field Service Technician:
Pros: Learning new things and working hands on with equipment and workers.
Cons: Gone away from home for long periods of time.
July 2014
"I Like The Work And Have Worked A Lot Harder For Less Pay."
Field Service Technician:
Pros: Free tv and good benefits.
Cons: Stress and customer service screwing up orders, or not giving the customers what they thought they were getting.
August 2014
"Lack Of Advancement."
Field Service Technician:
This is a field where advancement is limited and the work environment is somewhat laymen level. Would recommend that people completing a trade school engineering education STOP and continue at whatever level is allowed in an accredited school that offers a BA degree. For those already in the field, you probably already know that wages right now in 2014 are where they were 10 or 15 years ago and that seniority skill set is not adequately compensated.