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"Very bad"

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Current Employee - Avionics Technician in San Diego, CA
Current Employee - Avionics Technician in San Diego, CA
Doesn't Recommend
No opinion of CEO

Pros

On contract for 5 years.
Minimal expenses.
Easy access to work on electronics not common in the civilian world.
Short deployments around the world.
Veterans benefits.

Cons

Lots of people with no ability to do their job.
Controlled life and being treated like children from SNCOICs/Officers.
Lack of ability to quit.
Job training was poor.

Advice to Management

Improve job training.
Fire Marines who cannot do their job.
Treat your Marines as assets not liabilities.
Stop all the accusations and finding people just to blame.

Other Employee Reviews for US Marine Corps

  1. "Very Rewarding"

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    Current Employee - E-3 Lance Corporal in San Diego, CA
    Current Employee - E-3 Lance Corporal in San Diego, CA
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    It is very rewarding and a great experience with great opportunities for travel

    Cons

    Hard Work, not that great of pay for the amount of work you put it


  2. "only place where you can travel the world, meet diverse people and get paid to do it"

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    Current Employee - E6 - Marines - Staff Sergeant in Camp Lejeune, NC
    Current Employee - E6 - Marines - Staff Sergeant in Camp Lejeune, NC
    Recommends
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Great benifits, skills recieved are like no other, I enjoved the brother hood of the Corps better than the Corps itself. Also it teaches young men and woment to become leaders.

    Cons

    Early days, and late nights. Hours are determined by seniors Marines who some are 26-30 years old and dont have the best leadership skills. It is what you make of it and a lot of people make it harder than it has to be. a lot of time Marines dont use common sense

    Advice to Management

    When a Marine makes a mistake dont be so hard on him. Especially if its a one time isolated event. If a Marine has been in thriteen years and has not made any mistakes, he shouldnt be punished to the fullest

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