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Based on 579 responses, the job of Registered Behavior Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.03 out of 5. On average, Registered Behavior Technicians are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Registered Behavior Technician?

June 2019
"Gaining experience hours to become BCaBA."
Registered Behavior Technician in Liberty:
Pros: I like working as a BCaBA, but I feel that I am not getting enough training
Cons: Not getting enough training for BCaBA and lack of pay
January 2019
"It’s hard."
Registered Behavior Technician in Cleveland:
Pros: Helping children with mental health
Cons: Pay, benefits, hours
July 2019
"Very rewarding and challenging. A lot of fun as well."
Registered Behavior Technician in Columbus:
Pros: How we provide therapy and I have a lot of flexibility
Cons: Pay
August 2019
"Its wonderful."
Registered Behavior Technician in Ventura:
Pros: It allows me to create positive outlooks on life and share my creativity with my clients.
Cons: At times it can be very stressful.
August 2019
Registered Behavior Technician in Owensboro:
The work done at Wendell Foster is phenomenal and very rewarding. Management is an issue and the pay rate is lower than other places. You need a heart to work here, but the overall work done is amazing and very fulfilling.
August 2019
"Meh."
Registered Behavior Technician in Dayton:
Pros: Work is steady and available
Cons: Pay scale is consistently lower with large increase in qualifications for higher pay.
September 2019
"It’s a very rewarding field with a lot of growth and learning. It is hard work but if this field is something you see yourself in, it essentially becomes easier."
Registered Behavior Technician in Los Angeles:
Pros: Working with children and being silly and seeing their growth
Cons: The inconsistent schedules sometimes; especially summer your hours get cut