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Modeling and Simulation Analyst in Stafford:
Pros: Working with Marines
Cons: Bureaucracy
Don’t expect a huge paycheck for the work you do.
Aviation Maintenance Technician in Charleston:
Pros: Serving my country and learning all I can about aviation.
Cons: The pay is too low.
Challenging but rewarding.
Transportation Manager in Oceanside:
Pros: The opportunity to travel and work with other armed forces.
Cons: Micro management, long random hours, disrespect between ranks
Maintenance Supervisor in Camp Pendleton:
Pros: being a marine in the united states
Cons: supervisor letting there personal opinion effect there professional opinion
Rewarding and challenging.
Materials Manager / Coordinator in Fort Worth:
Pros: Sense of accomplishment when projects are completed.
Cons: The hours that I have to work.
Rewarding and exciting.
Supply Chain Manager in Raleigh-Durham:
Pros: team environment
Cons: the wear and tear on the body
Long hours, little pay.
Metrology Calibration Technician in Oceanside:
Pros: Travel and training opportunities. The GI Bill is nice too. I enjoy working with my team and we are close.
Cons: I feel that as I've climbed the ranks, my workload has gone up significantly while pay increases haven't matched the work load. Everyone gets paid the same no matter how good at the job you are or how technical your job is. 50hr work weeks are common and work/life balance doesn't matter to the higher ups.