Might be boring but it's a job you'll be able to rely on for a long time
Speech and Language Therapist (Former Employee) – London, ENG – 5 September 2015
a typical day working for the NHS will be slightly tiring, not because you are overworked, but because of the early morning but it will be worth it when you get your pay check at the end of every month.
i learned about the receptive language when working for the NHS, which was so fun and interesting as i only working with children.
the management within the NHS is reliable and trustworthy and they know what they need to do to keep a good environment within their teams.
my co-workers were amazing; i loved each and every single one of them. they were all so welcoming and kind, which you don't find very often within huge companies such as the NHS.
the hardest part of the job was probably meeting challenging deadlines but i pulled through in the end, as always.
the most enjoyable part of the job was doing what i loved to do and doing it around others who loved it too.
overtime was always available
the amount of travelling done in the speech and language field was terrible