Re: What are your job benefits?
I work for a United Site Services. Portable toilets. We service them [clean them]. My truck has a massive tank on it, with a gigantic hose and a pump that I turn on, stick the metal tube in the toilet and it sucks everything out. I change the paper, add more water and some smelly chemical and I'm done. Whole process takes about 5 minutes.
It's just, most people can't take that. You may say you can, but wait until you get into one when It's 100 degrees out and it hasn't been serviced in a week. There's shit and blood and everything you can imagine in there. Diapers, needles, hair. The works.
This company goes through so many guys It's not even funny. 100's of people a year. They get to the toilet and just can't take it. They quit after a day or two.
Me? I don't give a f*ck. Not when I see my paycheck at the end of the week. And like I said, It's mostly driving.