I know that a lot of people truly enjoy working for Stryker, but it's not a universal experience. I've been here for a little over two years, and I'm trying to find my way out mostly due to how unpredictable schedules can get.
Everybody knows that you can't make enough money if you don't have a large territory, but at the same time, the bigger your territory gets, the harsher it is on your lifestyle.There is no work / life balance after a certain point, it's all about work.
Part of it is probably on me, I should have checked out the business model more before I joined. The company expects a lot from you, and you need to put in hours to achieve the critical goal. Hours that keep growing every week. Some people thrive in these situations, but I actually like spending time with my family.