Productive, always busy getting to meet a lot of different people.
Pros: going to work, pay was great, meeting someone different everyday, working in the nursing homes.
Cons: no breaks or lunch sometimes, no team work.
I would arrive at work 10 minutes early for a little time to myself, that would never happen there were always one to six people waiting t
for to get labs. There was always something new to learn, the most important thing I learned was patience, sometimes the waiting room was full of people who walked in needed to get to work, and others who made an – more... appointment, of course I had to see them first, that's when the rudeness would begin. so I learned to block it out, smile, explain do the best I could.
Most of the time I would work alone, every now and than I would work with one or two other co-works it was nice to have the help but the co-works did not mind there own business. I have to say that was the hardest part for some or being new trying not to get involved with what your co-workers are saying. I never worked with people who would try and sabotage your job. The patients brightened up my day, I met some very interesting people and some wonderful little kids. – less