3220 employees reported this benefit
The US Army provides paid vacation and holidays.
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Use or lose leave is straightforward
You receive 2.5 days of leave each month in addition there are usually 3-4 day weekends during most holidays.
30 days paid! Can’t beat that
You earn 30 days of leave a year but it is extremely difficult to take all the leave in the timeframe. You will lose your leave if you don't use it
30 days per year vacation, off on all Federal holidays and plus training holidays. Totals up to around 50 days per year.
30 days of paid lead annually. Though all federal holidays plus a few "training holidays" the day before of after for a total of a 4 day weekend.
the ability to earn alot of PTO is there however using that PTO is another thing
30 days paid leave every year
You get 30 days of paid vacation a year and it’s a great way to save it up before you get out
Vacations paid not much more needed to explain this benefit