This is a job that's for a certain type of person. You have to like or love working with people with disabilities in order to remain in the field. The work done with us often goes unnoticed in the public eye and sometimes even within the work place. This is because you must be great in every moment while caring for someone else's lives. The people who do this job are every day heroes and do not get paid what they should. But this is in the field in general not specific to Citizens. They (Citizens) does a great job of remaining competitive salary wise. But in order to stay here pay cannot be your sloe determining factor. However the stills you learn on this job can be transferred to any job in the future.
This job is as fun as you make it. You are able to do almost as much as you would in your personal time(i.e go to the movies, Broadway shows, concerns, traveling, sporting events, out to dinner, the gym,etc) with the people we support and be paid for it.
Great benefits (Health, Tuition reimbursement, cell phone bill discounts etc)
It's hard work and can be labor intense.