I worked there for 1 summer before I started college. You get no opportunities to rest. It is very fast pace, standing the entire shift. Night shift was bad, often times there would be only 1 CNA for the ENTIRE floor of 60 residents. This type of field relies heavily on the working conditions and after 40 days of bad management, hard physical labor, nasty & spiteful co-workers I was done. The pay is based off of your years of experience and every shift has a shift difference in pay.