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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?

June 2019
"Stressful overworked and under payed."
Field Service Technician in Kerman:
Pros: Some of the people I work with and the customers
Cons: People I work with
June 2019
"Must love to drive!!"
Field Service Technician in Austin:
Pros: I work interdependently and have a lot of flexibility with hours.
Cons: Windshield time can get grueling at times.
July 2019
"More Positives Than Negatives."
Field Service Technician in Los Angeles:
Pros: The ability to make a customers day by fixing there machines
Cons: Salary / Pay
July 2019
"It's like you never know what's going to happen when you start your day. You never know if you did something wrong or someone else has a way to do it and you messed it up. Never know when there are major issues and if there is it's your fault."
Field Service Technician in O'Fallon:
Pros: I am not being micromanaged
Cons: No communication
July 2019
"Ok at best ! However I love working outside."
Field Service Technician in Atlanta:
Pros: Working outside and being in charge
Cons: No opportunity to truly advance as a black man
July 2019
"Easy job, difficult process."
Field Service Technician in Phoenix:
Pros: Diagnosing and fixing problems
Cons: The process of closing calls on the NCR equipment.
August 2019
"I feel honored as it is a family owned business and is always ahead of competitors."
Field Service Technician in Durban:
Pros: Flexibility and travel
Cons: Over the years you build relationships with coworkers and management. It’s not always easy to change culture and procedure when a new superior starts working at the Company