The job where you won't make money
Medical Independent Contractor (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 5, 2017
This job, if you're an independent contractor, is stressful. Not because of the clients but because of the lack of training. Management will spring rules on you that they never mentioned in orientation (which is kind of a joke) and while at first the pay seems fair, you quickly realize that the tools you're given to do the job are inadequate. I had to buy my own needles, gauze, gloves, and tourniquets because the ones they provided were terrible. Not to mention the travel time and Metro cards. Which theoretically can be written off for taxes, but that's assuming all independent contractors aren't totally screwed over by this Republican tax bill that's poised to pass. The company is much more interested in the paperwork than in the medical care so if health care is your passion, skip applying here. Not to mention the work is sporadic at best.
Setting your own hours