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U.S. Department of Defense Reviews
What is it like working at U.S. Department of Defense?
"Extremely educational and rewarding."
Human Resources (HR) Assistant in Leesville:
Pros: Availability to learn from others
Cons: Getting stuck in one area of Human Resources, which limits your experience to your specific area.
"Flexibility and Benefits."
Mechanical Engineer in Harrisburg:
Pros: Flexible schedule and benefits are the reason to work here.
Cons: High performers are not able to earn high pay.
"Great mission, challenging work."
Product Manager, Software in Washington:
Pros: Bilateral freedom of movement across the organization (lots of job experience opportunities)
Cons: Subpar pay, stagnant workplace culture, heavily restricted lifestyle, lack of lifestyle innovation
Medical Physicist in Tacoma:
Pros: great environment, no insurance hassles for doctors or patients
Cons: burdensome procurement and IT processes
"Travel a lot."
Technical Support Specialist in White Hall:
Pros: People and places
"Being a 91L in the U.S. Army."
Heavy Equipment Mechanic in Fayetteville:
Pros: I love troubleshooting and fixing problems
Cons: My pay. I feel as though I am worth more.
"Slow paced but meaningful to the US military."
Electronics Engineer in Oklahoma City:
Pros: The job security and work to life balance
Cons: Slowed paced and underpaid compared to industry