Work days vary, you can be busy one day and not the next. This really depends on the office or location you are in. You make a lot of calls and manage the office, setting appointments, attending meetings, ordering stock, assisting patients, working on intake, accepting payments. The location you work at really determines your work load. You may also be responsible for finding and setting up events and marketing. Being technologically inclined really helps in this job. You also have to be prepared to work on an agreed list of responsibilities, who is going to do what. Some responsibilities are yours, others are the responsibility of the hearing care professional. Which you might end up working with a good one that wants to share the load, some might just want to dump on you. You have to be able to say NO! I can't complain much, I work with a great hearing professional who appreciates the work I do. There is a lot more to this job, but I don't feel like getting into it. Some things you just have to find out for yourself.
Working independently and being reimbursed mileage when doing work events. Great coworkers!
Some not so great co-workers, but that is anywhere. Some policies aren't the greatest. No paid snow days, have to use PTO time. No overtime.