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Based on 1,046 responses, the job of Patient Care Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.81 out of 5. On average, Patient Care Technicians are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Patient Care Technician?

February 2019
Patient Care Technician:
Payscale is low for all the HARD work you put in. I’m starting to see a lot of young teammates and nothing is wrong with that but the attitudes some younger people give is evil pure evil. I couldn’t take it anymore so I resigned plus the pay just ain’t worth the headache.
February 2019
"It's an important role that I play to have the job run smoothly. It takes teamwork and communication."
Patient Care Technician in Fort Worth:
Pros: The team members. My fellow coworkers
Cons: Nothing
August 2014
"More Work, No More Pay."
Patient Care Technician:
Pros: Nurses that I work with are like family.
Cons: Very stressful, pulled in ten directions at once, responsible for way more than I am compensated for.
February 2019
Patient Care Technician in Houston:
Pros: Helping the patients live
Cons: Time given to complete tasks
March 2019
"It's a good job."
Patient Care Technician in Marshall:
Pros: The atmosphere in the ICU, strong communication and people I work with genuinely care about each other.
Cons: how much I get paid
March 2019
"Could be better."
Patient Care Technician in Chattanooga:
Pros: My patients
Cons: The system
March 2019
"Exhausting, but rewarding."
Patient Care Technician in Kershaw:
Pros: 100% the patients
Cons: The staff