Working at U.S. Air Force (USAF)

3.7
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  • Appreciation
    3.6
  • Company Outlook
    4.1
  • Fair Pay
    3.5
  • Learning and Development
    4.0
  • Manager Communication
    3.8
  • Manager Relationship
    4.1
  • Pay Policy
    4.0
  • Pay Transparency
    4.3
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March 2019
"Good work. Poor management."
Avionics Technician in Alamogordo:
Pros: Benefits
Cons: Poor management
July 2020
"Not bad just not for me."
Avionics Technician in Dover:
Pros: When I work on wiring systems.
Cons: Anything outside of my job that falls in a general category.
February 2015
"Bittersweet."
Heavy Equipment Operator:
Pros: Provides for my family and I have the oppertunity to serve my country.
Cons: Coworkers can be rowdy and the envirement is very exposed to the elwments of the desert.
April 2015
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT):
Pros: Leading people, being challenged to learn new things, learning to be flexible.
Cons: Deployments, extremely long work hours, long periods of time away from family.
July 2015
"Looking for better opportunities."
Aircraft Electrician:
Pros: Being able to progress... Get things done. Self worth being the go to technician to teach and manage all personnel in my career field in my squadron.
Cons: How they promote people is what I dislike. They promote test takers rather than aircraft mechanics that work hard and get the job done.
August 2015
"Military culture and work flexibility."
Mechanical Engineer:
Pros: Allowed to introduce new solutions.
Cons: Somewhat limited promotions.
August 2015
"Work Hard, Play Hard."
Information Technology Specialist:
Pros: Able to get certifications and other schooling when needed at no expense to you unless you fail the course. Most of the time supervisors are willing to let you leave for appointments that involve family and can spare not having you with out making you take the day off.
Cons: High stress, high demand with budget cuts limiting people and resources available to help you and your co-workers. Sometimes it's hard to leadership to see the struggle because you and your team seem to still make ends meet.
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