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$11.27
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U.S. Security & Associates Reviews

Overall Satisfaction
2.8 out of 5
Ratings
Appreciation
2.4
Company Outlook
2.8
Fair Pay
1.7
Learning and Development
2.3
I enjoy working for this company.
Security Officer in Tuscaloosa:
Pros: Communicating with people and being able to do my job effectively.
Cons: Lack of training at this site.interact with the other guards.
It depends on the post.
Security Officer in Houston, Texas:
Pros: It's easy & I get weekends off
Cons: the health insurance is worthless & expensive.
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Gender Breakdown

Male
79.6%
Avg. Hourly Rate: $9 - $18
Female
20.4%
Avg. Hourly Rate: $9 - $15
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