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U.S. Navy Reviews
What is it like working at U.S. Navy?
Performance Improvement Specialist in Hanford:
Pros: Testing different career fields
Cons: Time wasted
"I have enjoy work in the military and leading and developing employees."
Healthcare Manager in Raleigh:
Pros: Meeting and helping people
Pros: The experience gained and training received.
Cons: Working for uncertified or unqualified personnel.
"Stress overshadows Benefits."
Cons: The inherent stress and constant demands with low pay.
"Low Pay - But Steady Work."
Pros: Working for the DoD, or any federal agency, offers very good job security. When times are bad economically, federal workers are thankful for their salaries.
Cons: The DoD is saddled with a number of problems, ranging from congressionally mandated bureaucratic burdens, to outdated equipment, to low pay (when compared to private sector).
"I love it."
Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class, Surface Vessels:
Pros: I get a chance to travel the world as well as help people.
Cons: There are a lot of politics and favoritism.
"Working for the NAVY."
Air Traffic Controller in Virginia Beach:
22 Years enlisted, and now a GS. Working Air Traffic Control for the Navy provides a more well rounded work experience than any other branch of service. Then Navy recently implemented Special Salary Rate for GS Air Traffic Controllers.