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Great life experience
2311/ammo tech (Former Employee), Jacksonville, NCSeptember 15, 2014
Every young man and woman should sign up for at least 4 years and get to travel and experience the world.
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its a government job.
Warehouse clerk (Current Employee), ft.lewisSeptember 14, 2014
us military, united states marine corps. you can always join to find out more.
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Hardest / most rewarding thing you will ever do.
United States Marine Corps (Former Employee), GlobalSeptember 13, 2014
Pros: espirit de corps
Cons: difficulty planning for family events.
One must understand it is a way of life, not a job. You will develop leadership skills that will last a life time.
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Working in the USMC
E-4(CPL)-Motor Transport Operator (Former Employee), Camp Lejeune, NCSeptember 12, 2014
Pros: benefits, pay, and atmosphere
Cons: not what you always expect it to be
I enjoyed the Marines. i should of stayed in but God had another plan for me. Pay and benefits were amazing. Management varied because of different management styles. Co-workers were the same. I learned everything was about team work. Hardest part was being away from family. Best part was gaining a new one.
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Productive work day no matter what occured
Military Police (Current Employee), Yuma, AZSeptember 10, 2014
Pros: being physicaly in shape not just from the want but from the need of maintaining for the job.
A normal day of work would consist of me waking up at 0330 am to prepare for the day with getting food ready and lacing up my boots. Once at work at 0445 am I would sit in a morning brief of the issues that happened over the evening in the state In Yuma and on the installation, that includes fire alarms to domestic violence cases and god forbid a fallen – more... officer in the line of duty. Then depending on the day I would either be a gate sentry or vehicle patrol officer. Throughout the day I would patrol the installation arriving to any calls that would come in during the shift. My shift would end at 1730 or 530 pm after debrief I would head to the gym for an hour in a half. After the gym and work I would proceed to my home of record to relax and recuperate before heading back the next morning to do it again. – less
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Good Place
Administrative Clerk (Former Employee), Camp Pendleton, CASeptember 9, 2014
Pros: long breaks
Cons: long hours
Good peolple nice to work with. Long Hours in the work place.
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SEMPER FI
Team Leader (Former Employee), Camp Pendleton, CASeptember 8, 2014
I loved every bit of it. I wouldn't have changed this for the world. It changed my life for the better.
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High paced work environment with amazing people
Tiltrotor Aircraft Crew Chief and Mechanic (Former Employee), Jacksonville, NCSeptember 5, 2014
Pros: medical benefits
Cons: time away from family
I typically worked between 12-18 hours a night, flying on the aircraft when not fixing them. I learned alot about unit cohesion and sharpened my mechanical aptitude and ability. My superiors took great interest in our well being, and my coworkers became some of my best friends. The hardest part was the mass of information that goes into these aircraft – more... that we need to know to be able to perform our jobs well. The best part of my job was being trusted with a immense amount of responsibility, and rewarding those who gave you that level of trust with hard work and respect. That back and forth is what makes a large scale unit work in cohesion. Mutual earned respect between superiors and subordinates. – less
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Fast-paced, in depth work
Aircraft Structural Mechanic (Former Employee), Jacksonville, NCSeptember 3, 2014
Though we couldn't always get the tools we needed, we always worked together to get the job done.
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Typical day as a Marine electrician
Aviation Electrician (Former Employee), San Diego, CAAugust 30, 2014
A typical day at started before the sun was up followed by paperwork, inspecting and picking up gear and parts, followed by more paperwork and ending before the sun went down on a good day. I learned a lot of things from electrical safety standards to different leadership styles are needed to lead different people. Management was fine you were assign – more... a task an expected to complete it there was no micro managing. Co-workers were easy to get along with. The hardest part of the job to me would be the long irregular hours. Testing and repairing gear was the most enjoyable part of the job especially when you fix it after working on it for hours or days. – less
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United States Marine Corps
Communications Division Senior Manager (Current Employee), Beaufort, SCAugust 29, 2014
Fast paced environment.
Technical and managerial experience.
Challenging and rewarding experience.
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Military USMC (Current Employee), Indianapolis, INAugust 29, 2014
a typical day at work
what you learned
management
your co-workers
the hardest part of the job
the most enjoyable part of the job
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working as a employee
Clerk (Former Employee), Jacksonville, NCAugust 29, 2014
my daily duties was to handle all awards pay and travel expenses for marine corps personnel after which i would have to file and organize record books.
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Great place to work at.
Computer Engineer (Former Employee), Quantico, VAAugust 27, 2014
Had the opportunity to growth and learn while providing support to the Marines Corps in various positions. Perfect opportunity just coming out of college.
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productive and fast pace
Infantry Team Leader/Squad Leader (Current Employee), Twentynine PalmsAugust 27, 2014
Very demanding job if you are weak and not looking for a job where you are dirty all the time or have to be home all the time. This job is not for you.
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Extremely Challenging
Operations Chief of Supply Management Section (Former Employee), Albany, GAAugust 27, 2014
Pros: quality personnel
Cons: stress and long hours.
Supervised military and civilian work force in a crucial projects to support Marine Combat Forces World Wide. As Operations Chief I answered to the Officer In Charge on the status of Projects and any problems that were encountered. I would also explain how I resolved the these problems (material and personnel) without disruption to the mission. This – more... was done prior to his briefings to higher personnel. – less
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great benefits, poor work schedule
acting Platoon Sergeant (Gunnery Sergeant) (Former Employee), san diego, caAugust 26, 2014
great benefits, poor work scheduling and accommodations. a typical day at work was arriving at 4 in the morning, and working manual labor/supervising until 6 in the afternoon. co workers were relatively stressed. hardest part of the job was always being gone and away from family and spouse. the most enjoyable part was the paid vacation when possible.
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USMC Aviation
Waste Manager (Current Employee), Fort Dix NJAugust 25, 2014
Great Place to work, however it is vary hard on family lives.
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great place
Recruit (Former Employee), Parris Island, SCAugust 25, 2014
Pros: education
Cons: strictness
learn many things, see the world, wished that I could have finished my training
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Administration Specialist (Former Employee), San Diego, CAAugust 23, 2014
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