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Based on 1,726 responses, the job of Case Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.76 out of 5. On average, Case Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Case Manager?

February 2016
"Helping others."
Case Manager:
Pros: Helping families get Medicaid and keeping it going. Being able to work independently and being trusted to get the job done.
Cons: I don't talk to to many people since I'm the only one that has my type of case load.
March 2016
Case Manager:
Take it personal and learn the who, what, why, how, when and where of your job, this will advance your purpose and build on your foundation.
April 2016
Case Manager:
Pros: Flexible schedule.
Cons: Policy, paperwork, stress,
April 2016
"Case managers for IDD."
Case Manager:
Pros: Interacting with consumers and helping them get the support they need.
Cons: The long hours, lack of benefits and minimal pay.
April 2016
"It's great work and my Co workers are fantastic."
Case Manager:
Pros: Being able to interview families and volunteers.
Cons: Being stuck at a desk.
April 2016
Case Manager:
Pros: Close to home.
Cons: Lack of understanding program.
May 2016
"Long hours, worked every holiday."
Case Manager:
Be prepared to advocate for the patient at all costs. Learn your resources, and network with healthcare entities.