Challenging but Worthwhile if you want to serve your country and be part of an organization-like family.
Embarkation and Logistics Specialist (Former Employee) – Camp Lejeune, NC – July 26, 2017
Depending on you job and group you become assigned to, you will have average to busy work hours that will become busier the closer your unit is to a form of operation.
I learned of the Marine Corps history, how my job can be transferred into a civilian job, and on the people around me.
Management is straightforward, with fellow military personnel you can ask for guidance on who to go to.
You work and, hang out, and in few cases live among many from different cultures and lifestyles, all of you confining to Marine Corps and making a bond that others can't take from you.
The hardest part of the job is separating work from home, from personal to professional depending on the situation. The most enjoyable part is getting to do things average citizens do not, going to different countries and seeing cultures average people do not or dream of visiting, and lastly joining an organization that allows you to be a part of our countries history.
Healthcare Benefits, Educational Benefits, Means for interesting experiences
Will leave family for months at a time, Distance from family ranges from short to far away