Pros: Overtime seldom required, 9/80 schedule
Cons: Lacking company culture, little room for growth, very boring
If you're under 35, good luck trying to fit in here. The average age is probably closer to 40-45 or maybe older, with many employees only sticking around because they're waiting to get their pensions. There's very much an old boys' club atmosphere since a lot of folks have been there for 25 years or more and for many, their tenure at GD spans their entire career. As such, there's very little room for growth while you're expected to just play your part and won't learn much outside the confines of your specific role. Management largely doesn't care about your career development because they're often not even located in the same office or state.