Pros: semi-free education through the school.
Cons: lack of perks for employees, it's the little things that count, and salary could be up to date with the cost of living.
A typical day consists of cold calling to doctor's offices, students, and graduates. We have meetings twice a day to update each other on whatever information may be helpful to get another placement.
I learned the inner workings of a for profit post-secondary school. Management at different levels seems okay. At times it seems nobody is on the same – more... page. Moving forward, once a soldier always a soldier. I adapt and overcome and do my best to remain positive. Being very flexible is one of my greater strengths and regardless of what happens at the top, work must still get done.
My co-workers are great! Very hard working and have a lot of drive. The hardest part of the job is the earning potential. Even with my recent promotion, and living within my means, I am working a part-time job for extra money. Yes, 80 hours here, and what's left over elsewhere. The most enjoyable part of my position is when I can help someone change their life. The best part of my job is when I can make a change for an individual and their families, that's my reward. – less