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Based on 1,875 responses, the job of Medical Assistant (Certified) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.82 out of 5. On average, Medical Assistant (Certified)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Medical Assistant (Certified)?

December 2015
"Rewarding."
Medical Assistant (Certified):
Pros: The people.
Cons: Drama and pay.
January 2016
Medical Assistant (Certified):
Pros: LOVE CARING FOR MY PATIENTS, MAKING THEM SMILE.
March 2016
"Medical assistant."
Medical Assistant (Certified):
Pros: There are many locations and can transfer within the organization to other specialties and locations.
Cons: Everything is so standardized the providers aren't really allowed to practice with there own style.
April 2016
"How little growth in the job, no moving up the managers."
Medical Assistant (Certified):
You are only in that job unless you get more degree or certifications, you learn only that field and do not aid the advancement, You work only with the doctors and those above you tell you to do the job they do not want to do. You are not a manager, you are a worker bee and no advancement is offered to you.
May 2016
"Pay scale."
Medical Assistant (Certified):
Go for your rn.
June 2016
"Love it."
Medical Assistant (Certified):
Pros: Helping others. Working with children.
Cons: I'm worth more then I'm receiving.
June 2016
"Medical Assisting."
Medical Assistant (Certified):
Pros: I love the fact that I work in a facility , I see on a weekly basis that I am part of making a difference in the health of overweight patience. Not just to see the pounds melt off but also to see that blood pressures drop, cholesterol levels drop and diabetic patients sugar levels drop.
Cons: Some times my job can be stressful and demanding. I train new employees and although I take pride in that it sometimes slows me down. .