Typically, I love getting up ready to start my day at Northwestern Memorial. I've learned alot out of the 18 years I've been working there, and have met alot of associates. I've learned that your job is what you make it. Management on the other had in the Department I worked in aren't really considerate when it comes down to working with family or life issues, not that they are challenging issues , just general issues such as your child being ill or death in the family. They also don't appreciate all the work you do and how well you do your job. There was nothing challenging about my work because I loved my job and loved doing what I do best which is helping people. That is the most enjoyable part of my job, helping people that can't help themselves or even just people in general that needs direction and someone to talk to about anything they choose. Overall, I love people. I'm a very nice outgoing, generous, helpful, kind, courteous, peaceful, great person to be around.