Does anyone work for Sears doing any type of in home services? I currently do home appliance repair. I'm very happy with the company I work for, but I need to make more money, and it's not going to happen at this place.
Can a guy make 50K a year working 40 hours a week at Sears? The idea of large corporation benefits appeals to me, but not going to work 14 hours a day to do it. I've done that before, and actually gave up almost 10K a year just to get away from it. I ran into a Sears appliance guy recently and he told me that he works about nine hours a day, but it varies according to where you live (dispatched out of your house). He wouldn't tell me what he makes.