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Based on 588 responses, the job of Registered Behavior Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.04 out of 5. On average, Registered Behavior Technicians are highly satisfied with their job.
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September 2020
"Underpaid and underappreciated."
Registered Behavior Technician in Chelmsford:
Pros: Helping children develop social and emotional skills
Cons: Difficult parents and poor pay rate
October 2020
"Awesome."
Registered Behavior Technician in Mililani:
Pros: I like that its central and is an awesome community to live and work in.
Cons: There is nothing I don't like about working in Mililani.
December 2018
"Behavior interventionists working with ASD should make more."
Registered Behavior Technician in Portland:
Pros: Portland is a great city but becoming too expensive.
Cons: High cost of living
October 2017
Registered Behavior Technician in Methuen:
Thorough communication is extremely important amongst all staff...ie:BCBA, Teachers ,and Administration.
November 2020
"Wonderful Experience."
Registered Behavior Technician in Fort Bragg:
Pros: My job is refreshing and brings great joy. Every day is different with new learning opportunities.
Cons: The pay is not even close to other companies. This is because Priorities will hire and then train, whereas other companies want you to already be trained. However, Priorities does not increase wages by more than 50 cents after a year.