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Based on 5,173 responses, the job of Medical Assistant has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.78 out of 5. On average, Medical Assistants are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Medical Assistant?

May 2014
"Rewarding Job."
Medical Assistant:
Continue your career path and learn as much now as possible as a medical assistant then follow on to become a RN.
May 2014
"Waste Of Time And Money!"
Medical Assistant:
Do NOT pick this type of job as long term career path. It does not pay enough and you are over worked and under paid.
May 2014
"Steady pace."
Medical Assistant:
Pros: Working with elderly patients.
Cons: Not enough pay.
May 2014
"Work in the early morning doing GI and also working Internal."
Medical Assistant:
Pros: My day starts out round 6:40 in the morning and get to leave early in the day. Getting the experience in working in the GI and Internal medicine. Working with teams at different locations getting the knowledge I need to do my job.
Cons: Management, some of them can be difficult to work with and how they handle situations in the practice. Working with certain doctors who all do not work the same and have different views on patient care.
July 2014
Medical Assistant:
Pros: Location co-workers.
Cons: Perks and benefit time should be different.
July 2014
"Good salary, insurance."
Medical Assistant:
I Am very responsible person I Am good worker I love my job I Do vital, check weight ,hight, temperature , phlebotomy , Inj's, shots, ABI Doppler , prepare pt, for medical clearance and more .....
July 2014
Medical Assistant:
Pros: Nice environment to work with. All employees get along.
Cons: Low pay, poor communications between the management and staff.