The work is non-stop. I learned about my passion to care for those with dementia. The management was friendly and outgoing. Co-workers would come and go, likely due to the low pay rates. How much work needed to be done, in relation to how much a caregiver was being paid ...no one sought fair. The best part of the job, was the ability to spend meal times with residents, and help put a smile on their face. The hardest part was dealing with death on a weekly basis. Laundry, dressing, bathing, caring, etc. for residents was included in daily living.