Working at U.S. Army

3.7
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  • Appreciation
    3.6
  • Company Outlook
    3.9
  • Fair Pay
    3.5
  • Learning and Development
    3.9
  • Manager Communication
    3.9
  • Manager Relationship
    4.0
  • Pay Policy
    3.7
  • Pay Transparency
    4.1
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What is it like working at U.S. Army?

March 2019
"Business Focused."
Information Technology (IT) Manager in San Antonio:
Pros: Challenge never the same thing
Cons: Deployments
April 2019
"Ever changing world of installation readiness."
Senior Data Analyst in Arlington:
Pros: Stability
Cons: Moving
May 2019
"It get very dull sometimes."
Human Resources (HR) Specialist in Atlanta:
Pros: Get to meet different people everyday with different personalities.
Cons: Some people have a bad day and based on their rank, they act disrespectful.
August 2014
"Logistics Management."
Logistics Specialist:
Pros: The organization itself and the "will get it done" attitudes. Failure is not an option.
Cons: The rank structure. Waiting on "open slots" to get promoted no matter what your knowledge is base on. The wait is long and outdrawn, it breaks down the morale because you work so hard to advance.
June 2014
"Great Responsibility With taking Self Initiative."
Logistics Management Specialist:
Pros: All the knowledge you need is in regulations, you only need to search and read. There is no guessing when making decisions. The family atmosphere allows for each to share the burden of others, Knowing that a single employee can change the outcome of million dollar projects. The self worth.
Cons: Complex amount of different tasks to accomplish mission. Must be able to multi task at all times. Required mandatory training repeated each year. Longer hours than most want to put in. The mission doesn't end at the strike a 5pm the job is a way of life where you must commit your free time as well as your on the job time.
May 2019
"A lot of information thrown at you at one time but at the same time, you receive a lot of help and guidance. Severely inderpaided and most times you hardly do your profession."
Medical Laboratory Technician in Sacramento:
Pros: Opprotunities to travel and experience different aspect of your field.
Cons: The time away from your profession
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