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What is it like working at U.S. Department of Defense?

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.
Fast paced and constantly evolving.
Administrator Assistant in Vacaville:
Pros: I like the consistency
Cons: The uniforms required and grooming standards.
Diverse job with limited roles.
Maintenance Supervisor in San Diego:
Pros: Great benefits and stability
Cons: Tied to a military requirement that increases what’s demanded from the job
It is a COVID affair.
Nursing Manager in Portland:
Pros: The ability to impact and change the trajectory of an individuals life through medicine.
Cons: The extra duties.
Seek life elsewhere.
Information Technology Specialist in Newport News:
Pros: The pay, retirement offered (TSP)
Cons: It's the Army thus Army mentality, if you can't stand being yelled at with no expectation of speaking up for yourself don't approach.
A most under-appreciated skillset.
Product Support Manager in Fort Walton Beach:
Pros: We are providing the tools for our nations defense
Cons: Number of people who fail to produce up to their abilities.
Relaxed with a flexible schedule and easily manageable deadlines.
Software Engineer in Victorville:
Pros: the flexible schedule that I can modify to fit my lifestyle
Cons: The pay is uncompetitive with the local market at all levels of seniority