Productive and Huge Learning Experience with a lot of opportunity for advancement
Pros: health care, leadership experince, opportunities, working with others
Cons: working 17 hours a day
I learned leadership skills, teamwork skills, time management, and I bettered my communication skills. I was put in several leadership roles where I was in charge of more than 100+ individuals. I am always on time. I learned to be very efficient in difficult tasks even under a lot of pressure with difficult time lines. I tend to outperform many of my peers. I set really high standards for myself and my peers and we always meet them. I help others succeed and gain pride from helping others. My typical day at work was long with a lot to do, but I always got the job done. The hardest part of my job was having a lot to do in very little time, but we always accomplished our mission. The most enjoyable part of being in the army is working with so many different people who are all very different and learning all the different work styles and being able to accomplish our goals. There is also a lot of opportunities for advancement and leadership.