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It took a while, (months) for me as they were in a hiring freeze at the time I applied.

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Yes I got my first opportunity to work for the government and I enjoyed it

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I was not.

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It's a good work place, I feel I have job security, and the company tries to take care of employees, and I feel like I'm paid well for my job.

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They offer many medical/dental benefits, 401k, disability insurance, basically all the imenities a company offers they have.

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Yes they do. They have a 401k, Health, vision and dental insurance. You get a DOD CAT card so that you could go do things on base as well.

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Federal facility, so extensive background checks, takes awhile to complete.

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The interview process was real laid back II usually be nerves but I wasn't nerves at all they was very nice.

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Someone at my workplace is usually called out 'sick', so the possibility of working endless hours is there as the work has to get done.

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Once I went thru applucation, interview, background check, was offered the job, about 2 months.

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