how does being a patient transporter work out?

Im going to be a full time student and was thinking of working...20 hours a week. So i wanted work at a hospital part time as a patient transporter. How does that work? are hospital hours flexible? Would it be reasonable to work from 5-11 on some days and a different time on weekends or something? I would love to work in a hospital if possible. What are some other good jobs?

Asked By: 012victory - 10/4/2011
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The hours for a hospital are not flexible, nor is it for many jobs in general. Simple truth is if you are need for more then 20 hours a week then you are expected to do those 20 hours a week. Unless you have a pre arranged agreement done prior to hiring. In the same time a hospital may overlook you as they may require... More
Answered By: Fox - 10/7/2011
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