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How are the working hours?

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Changes from job to job. As little as 40 to as much as 80 a week.

Answered - Assistant Director of Operations (Current Employee) - Nellis AFB, NV

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In the dental field the hours were just like a regular full time job.

Answered - Oral Maxillofacial Chief Technician (Former Employee) - Travis AFB, CA

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Varies. Shift work is part of the job, but usually only lasts a handful of months.

Answered - Aircraft Maintenance Unit Superintendent (Former Employee) - Wichita, KS

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Regular 8 hrs each day

Answered - Radio Technician, Operator (Former Employee) - Portland, OR

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The hour it was very accommodating to my schedule

Answered - Event Coordinator (Current Employee) - Valdosta, GA

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8 hours or 12 hour shifts

Answered - Aerospace Medical Technician (Former Employee) - Seymour-Johnson AFB, NC

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8-12 hour days, 3 shifts per day

Answered - Flight Line Production Superintendent (Former Employee) - Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA

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You are working 24/7, you dont clock in or out, once you leave for basic training you dont stop getting paid until you leave the military.

Answered - Security Forces Apprentice (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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The working hours are great

Answered - Human Resources Assistant (Current Employee) - Valdosta, GA

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It is a 40+ hour work week

Answered - Technician installer (Current Employee) - Perrysburg, OH

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