Wylie is Seeking Service Technicians, Service Managers and Parts Managers from California
Wylie & Son, Inc. a family-owned and operated company with its Corporate headquarters located in Lubbock, Texas, is currently seeking qualified Service Technicians, Service Managers and Parts Managers in the state of California that would be interested in relocating to Texas.
We are offering a sign-on bonus, relocation assistance, as well as our robust and competitive benefits package that includes, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, supplemental insurance, 401k, paid and holiday time off, and much more.
- Some facts about Texas vs. California:
- Texas is a state with no individual state income tax.
- Texas and California are the two most populous states and have similar climates, diverse populations, abundant energy and natural resources as well as a large number of immigrants.
- California’s state and local tax ranks as the 4th highest compared to Texas' 45th ranking – making Texas cost of living much lower
- California’s industrial electrical rates are 88% higher than Texas.
- As far as population growth, from 2000 to 2012, California grew 11.9 percent. Texas more than doubled California’s growth at 24.4 percent.
The California drought is a serious issue that is causing troubles for everyone, especially farmers and agriculture related businesses. As a result of the drought many farmers are leaving irrigated acres fallow this year. The unplanted acres and decreased crop yield lead to decreased jobs in the California agriculture sector.
Wylie & Son Inc. is proud to offer employment in Texas with Service Manager, Service Technician, and Parts Manager positions available to qualified applicants willing to relocate to Texas. Competitive pay, excellent benefits, relocation assistance and a sign on bonus are available.
Wylie sprayers and equipment are sold nationwide and in several foreign countries. Our primary markets and interest lie in the Southwestern United States and we need you to be on our team to help us serve the growers and their needs by providing high-quality, affordable, state-of-the-art products and service to our agriculture and non-agriculture customers.
Some added benefits of working in Texas are:
Texas is a state with no individual state income tax.
Texas is one of the most populous states and is similar to California in climate, diverse population, abundant energy and natural resources, and a large immigrant population
Cost of living in Texas is much lower than in California – California’s state and local tax ranks as the 4th highest compared to Texas’ 45th ranking.
Texas’ industrial electrical rates are 88% lower than California’s.
As far as population growth, from 2002 to 2012, California grew 11.9%. Texas more than doubled that with 24.4% growth rate.
Read this article "Dealers: Drought hurting farm equipment sales" at http://ow.ly/MSc0C for more about how the drought is hurting agriculture jobs in California.