Frederick County, MD
Happiness rating is 58 out of 100
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Frederick County, MD Careers and Employment

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    1001 to 5,000
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Frederick, MD

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 38 reviews and is evolving.



County Extension Educator in Frederick, MD
on January 19, 2022

I had learned a lot from my coworkers. My manager was very willing to guide me along the way. I felt valued. My position was partly supported by the university, so I had chance to go to conferences and other professional development opportunities.

Programmer II in East Church St
on October 21, 2022

There is always a chance to learn new things. You feel valued for your work and there is no sense of competition. Higher ups are always ready to teach you something new.

Vehicle Equipment Tech IV in Frederick, MD
on August 13, 2022

Great place to work. Great pay, even better benefits. Co workers were always friendly and always worked together. Always made going t work to enjoyable.

Medical Assistant in Frederick, MD
on February 27, 2022

Very flexible schedule, pay was very good, only thing I don’t like is some co-workers treats you bad. Some favoritism too, the scheduling isn’t fair because same people are getting more hours. Some only getting short/few hours.

Worker in Frederick County, MD
on December 8, 2021

The key to working at the county is being able to tolerate the overall purposelessness and culture of incompetence in the long run. If you can do OK in this kind of environment, you will have a decent-paying job and good work-life balance. Your quality of work has no bearing on your advancement, which is dependent solely on how long you're willing to hang around.

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Process takes about a week

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