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Based on 2,471 responses, the job of Field Service Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.74 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?

February 2015
"It's hard work for little pay."
Field Service Technician:
Pros: I like my co workers and enjoy meeting customers.
Cons: The pay is ridiculous at best.
February 2015
"How hard it is to get raises."
Field Service Technician:
Get all your perks in written and find out how often you get raises.
February 2015
Field Service Technician:
Pros: What I love about my job, is the variety. There is never a day that is the same. Always something different, which keeps me on my toes and interested.
Cons: Management, always finding a way to cut cost, whether its by cutting little snacks, or by paying the worst in the entire industry.
February 2015
"Field Service Rat race."
Field Service Technician:
Pros: The perks of the job are the freedom to do what you want, when you want. Little micro-management allows you to make your own schedule and work the hours you please.
Cons: Long days. Constantly on call for jobs that require a 6 hour turn around. Upper management making poor decisions. Terrible logistics which majorly effects efficiency.
February 2015
Field Service Technician:
Find a company that pays well the skill set for mechanical and electrical trouble shooting is pretty open.
April 2015
"Hard work long hours on road."
Field Service Technician:
Pros: Work traveling learning new things.
Cons: I work to much and pay Is not that great.
May 2015
"Rise in pay."
Field Service Technician:
Pay rise sequence, health benefits, transportation to work.