In a PSR role, they're willing to give you any time off you need, it's just that most of it is unpaid. There are no raises for good work or adding value to your office - just potentially a small yearly raise that's no more than 2%. They do pay higher than many companies for a PSR, but the lack of opportunity for raises doesn't give you much incentive to perform better or work harder. There's a 2% match on 401K, which again, is great, but since the overall pay isn't high, it doesn't add up to much. Health insurance is expensive. There is very little opportunity for advancement. Some of the doctors are very demanding, which can make them harder to work with, but most are fantastic. Because regional management is spread too thin, there isn't enough oversight at individual offices and one poor manager and ruin an office (not performing their duties and keeping office from bonus, micromanaging, coming and going and not working their required hours, etc) There are bonuses for hitting goals each quarter.
You can take off all the time you need, work isn't difficult, certain Doctors are phenomenal to work with, willing to hire without dental experience and train you in the industry
No raises, few opportunities to advance, no vacation/sick time (all PTO that you accrue at a dismal rate)