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Very demanding depending on where you work and what job you have

Answered - Materiel Management Apprentice (Former Employee) - Holloman AFB, NM

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It was always busy and fast-paced, but no more so than other places I have worked as a Nurse Practitioiner

Answered - Family Nurse Practitioner-Civilian Contractor (Former Employee) - Bossier City, LA

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Both fast and slow pace.

Answered - Armorer (Former Employee) - Valdosta, GA

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It could be stressful at times but it was also relaxed at times. Miss my brothers.

Answered - Electrical Power Production Journeyman (Former Employee) - Warner Robins, GA

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Depends on where you work.

Answered - Senior Supply & Logistics Manager (Current Employee) - Italy, Idaho, Florida, Qatar, Germany

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Fast paced, and slow paced, and everything in between.

Answered - Aviation Mechanic (Former Employee) - Minot, ND

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Fast pacted exciting always something going on

Answered - FIREFIGHTER (Former Employee) - United States

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The surveying office was fairly laid-back, no stress.

Answered - Site Development Specialist (Former Employee) - Grissom AFB, IN

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Depends on the job, i worked in an aviation position and the pace was frantic always, 5 deployments in 6 years

Answered - Airborne ISR Operator (Former Employee) - Beale AFB, CA

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Slow to moderate pace

Answered - Certified Dental Assistant (Former Employee) - Dayton, OH

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