They do not pay you anywhere near what you are worth, nor what is necessary to live in the area near any of their locations. The residents are always kind however, so it makes it a bit less stressful when you have some kind faces to look forward to. If you are anything outside of their corporate jobs, you are overworked and underpaid unfortunately. No benefits unless you are full time, and they avoid awarding you full time hours at all costs. If you are a nurse-- stay away, you will be spread so thin, and underpaid immensely. As for the receptionist, you are tasked with a few odd jobs that are not in the job description, which is a bit surprising sometimes. As far as other office assistants, transportation, and housekeeping, you are at the bottom link in the food chain. Good luck haha. However, if you stick around for over a year, you are eligible for a review and possible raise... so I guess that's something to look forward to. Bethesda just has a problem with underappreciating the people who do all the hardest work. They should reward people more, as there is no real incentive to do a good job beyond your own conscience.
kind residents for the most part, fairly casual work atmosphere
low wages, no free lunch or drinks, hard to get full time