Pest Control Technician Reviews

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Based on 294 responses, the job of Pest Control Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.73 out of 5. On average, Pest Control Technicians are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Pest Control Technician?

December 2018
"Great - Predictable."
Pest Control Technician in Florence:
Pros: The customers you meet are friendly and most have amazing stories to tell.
Cons: The rain.
July 2020
"I love my job you get to learn about new things to fight of pest an lean about new chemicals an you get to help the public."
Pest Control Technician in Nassau:
Pros: You get to help people with their pest control problem
Cons: They take to long promotion you to the next level
February 2016
"Fun people a lot of opportunities."
Pest Control Technician:
Pros: Company truck. Bonuses all the overtime I want. Constant raises. Great coworkers and supervisors.
Cons: Work slows down during winter.
March 2016
"Work."
Pest Control Technician:
Pros: Freedom. No boss in car with me.
Cons: Seeing how disgustingly dirty. Some humans are.
April 2016
"Hourly employment not worth it, ,mgmt."
Pest Control Technician:
Pros: Helping people in need. Building customer relationships.
Cons: Stress level, Management's unrealistic expectations.
July 2016
"Worst career decision."
Pest Control Technician:
Pros: The company gave us gas cards and let's us park the work truck at home.
Cons: Scheduled out for more than 8 hours on a typical day. No control over the areas you work. Frequently having to correct customers about how our services work and what we legally can do. The territories you work can change without your requests being considered. Can be scheduled with too little drive time to make your next stop on time. The company doesn't want to pay employees for re-services. The office doesn't hold a back stock of products, so it's often that you could run out of supplies that you need. High stress to complete your day.
August 2016
"Stress, long hours, Low pay."
Pest Control Technician:
Pros: Flexibility.
Cons: Stress, long hours.