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Updated Aug 11, 2022

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  • "Good Benefits and good paid(in 289 reviews)
  • "Great people and Work that truly MATTERS(in 242 reviews)
  • "Lots of flexibility and good pay compared to peers(in 184 reviews)
  • "9/80 work schedule and good work/life balance.(in 92 reviews)
  • "Good salary expectations for employees.(in 80 reviews)
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  1. 4.0
    Former Contractor, more than 3 years

    Great job, really!

    Apr 8, 2019 - Technical Trainer in McLean, VA
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    Very flexible hours. When not teaching there was lots of freedom to work with others, and learn new things within scope of your job. It really was a good gig, but with ZERO opportunity for promotion and no funds for a raise.


    Pay and very limited opportunities to assist other BAE contracts in the same customer organization. To be fair, I think BAE learned not to low-ball contracts after never being able to keep people on contract. Very turf dependent with respect to helping others. BAE corporate policy was always thrown aside because of 'the contract.' Unless it suited them, not the employee. Then why am I wearing your lanyard? I was a contractor in my own company.

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  2. 3.0
    Former Intern

    Not bad, but not great either

    Feb 21, 2018 - Anonymous Intern 
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    The summer internship program had a lot of intern activities, such as a charity event, and gave interns the ability to actually work on projects that would be related to their field. Fellow employees are very friendly and try their best to find you a project that you would enjoy. Health, 401k, and employee discounts are all available for interns. Every other Friday off.


    Pre-existing company projects for their summer internship, so you could really only do small additions to it instead of having a full project to yourself, unless you get really lucky and are given a full project. It's a hit or a miss. You could finish your project really early and end up having to do other tasks that are unrelated to your field or what you want to do. Staying past the summer means that there may not be any work related to your field. Low pay and no relocation unless they really want you or you negotiate for it. Even then, there may not be relocation.