As an RCA, you may be moved around to a few stations to help out, which can be very stressful, because you won't know the route and it can take you forever to case, pull down, load up and hit the road. Managers may yell at you as a result. Rain or shine, you are out there, so be prepared. My pay was screwed up 7 times in the year and a half I worked there. Some of the coworkers can be poorly educated racists with bad attitudes, and it's best to keep clear of them. Sometimes, it almost feels like how it would be if you were in prison. The work is hard on your body and takes a certain kind of person. Eventually, and I mean a number of years (more than 3), you will finally make it to a Regular status, where you are on one route, and your benefits get better from there. If you can stick it out and get a decent route, I would recommend sticking with it.