I spent a year working as a case manager in a residential drug rehab for teens. Time-management is a hugely helpful skill. I managed a constantly shifting caseload of around 15 teens, and in a typical week, I would write court reports for two, interview and make treatment plans for three or four, assist in managing the daily functioning of the unit (sometimes like monitoring recess at school, sometimes like crowd control), help run process groups, supervise recreation, and staff case conferences with therapists,probation officers, psychiatrist, and supervisors. Hard but rewarding work. I was an hourly employee, and generally worked about 9 hours a day.