In 2020, on average, civilian workers spent 42.7 percent of their workday sitting, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While many jobs keep people on their feet, like nurses, carpenters, and pharmacists, the vast majority of corporate jobs keep workers chained to their desks staring at computer screens. For example, accountants and auditors were required to sit at their desks for 89.5 percent of the workday on average, the BLS reported. Spending your day at a desk can affect your posture, mental health, and stress levels, according to WebMD. It is important for desk workers to take steps to stay healthy by regularly standing, stretching, monitoring snack intake, and cutting back on caffeine throughout the day.
Stay-at-home orders last spring forced many corporate employees to telework and learn how to conduct their day virtually. Two-thirds of employees were working remotely at least part of the workweek as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, according to an April 2020 survey from Clutch, a B2B ratings and reviews platform. Clutch found that 44 percent of all workers are currently working from home five or more days per week, up from 17 percent before the pandemic. The time at home gave many office workers the flexibility to enjoy their homes and spend extra time with their families. Many people took time during the forced pause to ponder their career trajectory and reconsider their future.
If you are ready to make a career change and are considering an option that will allow you to escape the office environment and provide a welcome change of scenery, a career as a service technician with CCI is a fulfilling and profitable option. Mobile technicians work in a variety of indoor and outdoor settings, from boats and marinas to car and RV dealerships, to aircraft repair, restaurants and medical facilities.
CCI is the leader in mobile leather and vinyl repair. Our service technicians are trained to provide on-site repair and restoration of leather, vinyl, and fabric. They can repair or restore tears, burns, cuts, scratches, stains, fading and color restoration, seam slippage, and replacement parts. CCI technicians can take advantage of a high commission structure that offers unlimited earnings potential. Certain locations offer a full benefits package, including a 401(k).
“You’re working outside, even in Colorado, it’s really nice,” said Luba Bocian, a service technician in Colorado. “It wasn’t a mundane nine to five job, so to speak. It’s never the same thing. You always have a different kind of repair or a different kind of customer. There’s never two of the same thing ever.”
CCI’s certified service technicians are fully trained in the company’s repair and restoration business. The company is seeking individuals who are self-starters and work well without any day-to-day supervision. As the face of the company, the job requires technicians to have good people skills and an outgoing personality. Strong oral and spoken communication are key to customer service. While you are able to create your own schedule, CCI makes sure our technicians are continuously trained and educated on proprietary product development for superior service and performance.
“Our service technicians are trained to provide mobile services to a wide variety of industries,” said CCI President Mark J. Bollman. “As companies streamline their budgets, the demand for repair services is growing every day. A career with CCI will allow you to break free from the monotony and stress of an office job by putting you in the driver's seat.”
In addition to making repairs and restoration, CCI offers a sanitizing and disinfecting service designed to protect employees and customers. Our hospital-grade cleaner is environmentally friendly and can be used on a variety of surfaces without damaging the material.
If you are ready to enjoy the warm weather and escape the drudgery of a desk job, visit CCI to learn more about becoming a certified service technician.