US Navy Reviews
Updated Jun 2, 2023
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I’m a Computer Engineer for the US Navy. I have almost 8 YOE. I specialize in Software QA Engineering. Was wondering if I should apply as a Lead or Sr. Have lead on teams for about 5 years. I’m looking for a referral to EY. I wanted to know if someone can refer me to the Westlake Village office. Strongly prefer position that is 100% remote.
Googlers & Xooglers
All I want to be is Noogler, I have been doing Analyst and Program management work for the last 4 years at a bank and it just feels so soulless a lot of the times..I came from doing 10 yrs in the US Navy even though the money is much more I still feel like I want to be apart of something more, I feel like I'm doing a lot busy work for very little gain..Just my little morning venting session happy new years all..
Career Advice for Students
Hi ALL, need advise please. I’m a US Navy disabled veteran, accepted $20/hr tech specialist job part-time at Apple retail store. Starting Monday but the fear of contracting Covid is giving me huge concern as new variant surgesI’m Immunocompromised, and this makes me worried. Can I resign from this position without future consequences? What do you advise me to do? Im in school for my MS in engineering, have 5+ years project management in oil and gas - transitioning to project/product roles in tec
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Top Review Highlights by Sentiment
- "It's got great benefits and you get out of it what you put into it" (in 3184 reviews)
- "The pay Is good depending on rank and the majority of it is not taxed which is nice." (in 1108 reviews)
- "Great job security that fulfills the desire to do your part for the country you love while learning a valuable trade." (in 926 reviews)
- "Fulfilling work and you get to meet great people while traveling and earning a paycheck." (in 704 reviews)
- "Great training and you experience cultures in a way you can't understand by going on a vacation." (in 614 reviews)
- "The hours are long and there is a constant demand to do more with less." (in 1762 reviews)
- "Poor leadership that did not let others help in processes that could have been more effective." (in 926 reviews)
- "Having to be away from family and long hours sometimes" (in 566 reviews)
- "No work life balance for you and family" (in 553 reviews)
- "Poor management but improving" (in 249 reviews)
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- Current Employee★★★★★
Great jobJun 1, 2023 - Gunners Mate in Norfolk, VARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Get to play with guns
Long hours and sometimes a rough chain of command
- Current Employee★★★★★
Provided career opportunities beyond my expectationsApr 18, 2023 - Program ManagerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Stable employment and income, upward mobility, great medical benefits, free education, good pay/compensation, outstanding retirement.
Lack of work life balance, stigma that comes with being in the military, family is not a priority. Orders do not guarantee you families stability. I love the Navy, but personalities can often make things worse than they need to be, a bad CO, Chief or Department head is the equivalent to having a bad boss in the civilian sector.Continue reading