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- "The benefits are great and being part of a team that cares about you is awesome." (in 5077 reviews)
- "Company will not fold; you may enjoy working with Soldiers and veterans; pay is good" (in 1460 reviews)
- "I met some great people and have done things I never thought that I would do!" (in 984 reviews)
- "As long as you do what you are supposed to and do it well then there is great job security." (in 948 reviews)
- "You can get great training that will help you excel on the outside and also money for college." (in 946 reviews)
- "Long hours and away from family and the pay doesn't fit the job you are required to do" (in 2949 reviews)
- "Toxic leadership in both the (senior) NCO and Officer Corps... double standards." (in 1992 reviews)
- "deployment and long hours of work away from family" (in 877 reviews)
- "No work/life balance or care if employees are unable to progress due to work requirements." (in 710 reviews)
- "poor management sometimes and sometimes poor execution" (in 256 reviews)
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- 3.0Mar 5, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
A career in the Army is very rewarding and the job security is definitely more prominent than most professions.
The cons include instability, the constant moving from duty location to duty location takes its toll on service members and their families. Military families are left without career opportunities due to having to start the process over each time they change stations.
- 3.0Dec 16, 2020Public Affairs OfficerFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsSan Antonio, TX
Job security; healthcare; honor; meeting many people and traveling often can open many doors.
Enlisted play, long work hours, potential for toxic work environment and poor leadership. You’re in a contract!