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65 to 70 hours a week was "normal." Project 40 is a joke. Also, don't think that your drive time is included in your 40 hours. If you are a crisis counselor and have to drive 3 hours one way to respond to a call, your 3 hour drive time back doesn't count. When you ask why, don't expect a logical answer . Run very far and fast.

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They might as well, but no.

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6:30am to 10.30pm every other day 1:30-10:30. No joke!

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Depends on position and location- the Insurance in New England- hardly covered anything- the insurance was a joke.

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You definitely won’t get the job. I mean come on you will be working with kids!

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One or two months

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14 days after I interviewed

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Great job for a person who is in college or who doesn't work fulltime in the day.

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Its a start and i want to be advance it taught me a lesson and build my career

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