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Computers & Information Technology Opportunities

United States Army Landover, MD

Computer and IT positions provide technical and informational support for a variety of areas. Opportunities are available in areas such as… CareerBuilder


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Computers & Information Technology Opportunities

United States Army Washington, DC

Computer and IT positions provide technical and informational support for a variety of areas. Opportunities are available in areas such as… CareerBuilder


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Computers & Information Technology Opportunities

United States Army Columbia, MD

Computer and IT positions provide technical and informational support for a variety of areas. Opportunities are available in areas such as… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Computers & Information Technology Opportunities

United States Army Baltimore, MD

Computer and IT positions provide technical and informational support for a variety of areas. Opportunities are available in areas such as… CareerBuilder


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    The Army is an organization which pays employees to travel the world and get world class training.

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    The salary including allowances is very competitive with the civilian market. The Army has a lot more holiday time than most American organizations, public or private, 30 days a year plus at least one three or four day weekend every month. If you're smart about it, you can get trained and use your training in the civilian labor market.

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    In the past eight years, I haven't lived in any one place longer than 34 months. That's tough on a family and tough on a spouse's career.

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