I had many opportunities for professional growth and a stable income. The reason for leaving was because I have three children now and wanted a more stable personal life since my husband and I are both in.
Aviation Resource Manager (Current Employee) – Indian Springs, NV – December 3, 2018
I loved my time in the military. It paid for school and taught me valuable skills. Also they offered me a lot of experience which included the ability to manage small/large groups and supervise several subordinates.
Resource Manager (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – June 24, 2018
Do not expect to get promoted based on performance. Civil service jobs are union jobs and promotions are based on seniority, not merit. The pay is not commensurate with equivalent jobs in the commercial market. The work can be very fun, but you would definitely not be in this line of work to get rich.
It is a great company to work for if you like a lot of rules and regulations. Has great benefits, able to travel and decent pay. You do learn a lot about yourself and do build on things about yourself such as self - esteem and leadership.
Aviation Resource Manager (Current Employee) – Virginia – March 7, 2018
Decent way to start a career right out of high school. Not long term thing for me. Go to school, get a degree, and focus on a civilian career outside of the military. It will help you better in the long run.
The Air Force has been great for opportunities and growth. The atmosphere promoted equality and transparency for those who took the opportunities. Educational and professional growth was challenging yet informative. We also were put in many positions to exercise our professional military education.
Aviation Resource Manager (Former Employee) – Pope AFB, NC – December 13, 2017
Loved working for the Airforce. Overall the Airforce was great to me and I learned a lot during my tenure. I had a lot of great supervisors that took me under their wing and guided me in the right direction.