I guess it varies from location to location. However, from the minute I've gotten hired on, things have been rocky. I applied for Vet Assistant. The manager at my hospital made me go for Client Services Coordinator. She resigned almost immediately afterwards. I said that was fine and got hired on. A month and a half of training later at a different location, I went back to my location, and the first week was rough. But I dealt. Because I was trained at a different location, the two hospitals did things differently. I was constantly getting nagged at. One of the doctors, who hate new people, would yell at me every other day. Then, the process of checking pets in was changed, and the CSC's no longer could bring pets to the back, which made me feel like I wasn't trusted for one, and for two, It made me question why I'm going to school for Vet Tech Lastly, my breaking point was when we got our new practice manager and dropped my hours down to 10 hours a week.
Hour- long breaks, deal with pets
Dealing with doctors, switching managers, switching locations, more concerned with money