If you have a good national client and can run a decent sized company, then yes.
If your a mom & pop company working the scraps of others, then no.
People are frustrated here because this industry used to be awesome and quickly changed. Myself included, those changes were very painful. But some of us adapted and still thrive.
The changes include going away from personal attention and care to corporate assimilation. ie Instead of realtors, we work for faceless companies. Instead of being able to speak to someone, you have an email from someone in a foreign country. Another painful move was grow or be cut. They were going to let me go if I didn't grow past Denver and now have to cover most of Colorado. They work with only me vs working with my 17 subs.
Taking a loss, charge back or something similar for no good reason was also a new concept for me and others. You do 50k per month over 800 jobs, your going to loss 1k in bull**** deductions. I could get mad or I could rationalize this as the price of doing business. My dad owned a store and he had theft from customers and employees. Same deal.
Most of the complainers here need to move on but probably don't have anything else to do. They are still waiting for everything to change back to what it was and think it will just because it used to better for them. I think of the movie title, "An Inconvenient Truth", if I were to describe most of the whiners here.
For me, yes, it's worth it. I make a good living because I have good clients, staff, subs and a good bank account.
To start this business now? The business is shrinking. There will be more buyouts, and p&p related bankruptcy's and more teeth gnashing before it's over. It would be tough to break in and make it a primary line of business. It would be a good to decent secondary source of income.