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On the pay side we have techs that per week make anywhere from 650 to 1400 after taxes. Its all up to how much work you want to do.
Yeah. If you want to get paid by everyjob you do then a contractor is the way to go.you get a crazy amout of installs to do a day.But you get zero benifits . Pay is great. No retirement,medical or dental.buy ALL your tools and gas and most of the time use your own vehicle..I know of a few techs that were fired and recieved jobs as contractors ...Strange
At TWC,you have to put your time in as an installer before you move up to a service tech. I feel thats the best way cause you need to know how to install it before you can service it. Pay ? in-house has its advantages. With on about 5yrs experience, I make right at $40,000 a yr. + a company truck to drive home + all free cable, roadrunner and half price pay movies an pay per view events along with excellent benefits. So NO I would not be a contractor unless that was my only way to get my foot in the door. I know some techs that easy make over $50,000 yr an all with no college degree.