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    1. 4.0
      Aug 25, 2014
      Division Chief
      Current Employee, more than 10 years
      Maxwell AFB, AL
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      The Air Force takes care of you and your family wherever you are stationed in the world. As an officer, you are given responsibility early on and the pay is decent as you get promoted. Stability and job security are positive factors factors when considering a job in the Air Force. If you are not an aviator you won't have to deal with frequent family separations due to deployments. There are also special pay and bonuses for living overseas and proficiency in foreign languages.


      Assignments are typically 3 years at one location which may be difficult if your spouse also wants to have a career. The Military ends up as the experimentation ground for politicians pushing social agendas which is very frustrating to those who actually joined the Air Force because they they want to defend the freedoms set forth in the Constitution. Also, because of high operations tempo, you may not get to use all of your annual vacation.

      1. 4.0
        Nov 2, 2015
        Anonymous Employee
        Former Employee, more than 5 years
        Spokane, WA
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        Business Outlook


        Job security and benefits are a big part of some of the pros when it comes to activity duty.


        The hours can be pretty demanding depending on the career field you are in.

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