Reviews about Pay & Benefits for Medical Assistant in Life Line Screening
it's an ok job
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 16, 2017
this a very rewarding job. just not to fond of the hours due to their blended overtime rate. we work 12+ hours every day and it's hard to take off for anything personal due to them always being understaffed. to my understanding, there are no advancement opportunities here. benefits are average. if you want better benefits, you'll definitely be paying a pretty penny.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – August 12, 2016
They have great people that work for them but they are so undervalued. They expect for medical assistants to work for low pay the hardest part of the job is dealing with the new rules that come out all the time.This week it is ok to do this test next week it is not. Also, this is a medical company but the workers are forced to usesell products to recieve a monthly bonus. No raises in this company.
How much does a Medical Assistant make at Life Line Screening in the United States?
Average Life Line Screening Medical Assistant yearly pay in the United States is approximately $24,782, which is 6% below the national average.
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Few people think they are paid fairly at Life Line Screening