The job was more of a self rewarding job. If I made a difference in at least one of the individual lives per day, I could be happy. If I made a difference in a few more, I could feel somewhat satisfied. The most enjoyable part of the job was the time I spent with the individuals I served. They could either make me smile or cry, depending on their health and care. I miss a few of my coworkers and some of us still contact each other, but I miss the individuals more. The job itself was not a hard job, just constant demand of care. Some days were simple, while other days may be demanding depending on the health of the individuals.
Not much room for growth, wages not comepensating the job, no raises, company going from owner to owner while benefits decrease and more things begin to get snatched away