Pros: benefits, management, experience
Cons: security, traveling, athority
The job was difficult at first but after a few weeks it was awesome, the training they send you too kinda makes it a little worse than what it really is.
Every house you work in is different but none the less you are required to take care of the residents at all cost, bathing, activities, teaching, eating, etc.
MOST IMPORTANT to them is safety (of course) but they require you to follow certain guild lines and if you react too quickly or too late that could cost you your job.
This job has a very high turn over rate, most because they hire kids right out of highschool who needs a job & people who go to college.
Overall the job has more pros than cons, but no matter how long and dedicated youve been with this company if you mess up once they will fire you without question.