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US Navy Secretary Ray Mabus
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    Former Employee - Aviation Electronics Technician in Oak Harbor, WA
    Former Employee - Aviation Electronics Technician in Oak Harbor, WA
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    I worked at US Navy full-time

    Pros

    If you don't want to, you never have to worry about food or lodging they will take care of everything. You are given a direct path to job advancement/pay raises which makes the work environment much friendlier then some other places(as a general rule nobody is trying to stab you in the back and even if they are they normally can't do enough damage to stop you from advancing if you know your stuff.......atleast at the lower levels)

    Cons

    4 years is a long time, if your not ready to put your life on hold for 4 or more years it can be major sticker shock. 6-9 month deployments can make for an odd work environment especially when you work in a shop that doesn't fully deploy together as every few months the workspaces dynamic has to change(i.e. you don't have enough people for 3 shifts so you have to switch to 2, then a few months later more people come back and they have to set up 3 shifts again).

    Advice to Management

    I don't really have an advice for management, with how large the organization is in the Navy your leadership experience will vary widely, from super controlling micro managers to people who trust their fellow sailors a bit to much.


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