There is no such thing as a typical day. Every day is different. Some days are very hectic and busy whereas other days are relaxing and easy. Aside from the very little room to advance and ongoing ageism, I have learnt many life skills as well as meet a number of fantastic people who are outgoing in many ways. I have learnt to focus and prioritize my work, not allow conflicts in the work environment affect my work or myself as an individual. The hardest part about the job in the beginning was battling through the constant bullying, racism, hate towards my personal beliefs, being belittled, etc,. Even though I did go through a rough patch, I am still thankful for it because I have learnt to disregard the ignorant, arrogant co-workers. The best part of working would have to be working for a specific physician. He is truly an amazing person and is fantastic physician.
one hour break
No room to advance.