U.S. Army
Happiness rating is 70 out of 100
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U.S. Army Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Dr. Mark T. Esper
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (USD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Link
    U.S. Army website
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Employees at U.S. Army have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Health insurance
Tuition reimbursement
Dental insurance
Retirement plan
Paid time off
Vision insurance
Professional development assistance
Parental leave
Relocation assistance
Flexible schedule
Life insurance
Employee discount
Loan repayment program
Signing bonus
Food provided

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 78.6K reviews and is evolving.



Admin/Training NCO in Leesburg, VA
on January 18, 2019
It is the military so the job is the job, overall the military is not a bad place to be in but for some, myself included, it is not the end all be all.
Specialist E-4 in Boston, MA
on May 23, 2022
Life changing, happy I did it. I got to meet some great people and travel the world and got paid to do it. I would recommend it to anyone who was interested
Cavalry Scout in Fort Benning, GA
on May 23, 2022
I met a lot of people in the Army that I can call lifelong friends. Sure, work to life ratio can be hard for some people, the Army isn't for everyone. But it gets you on your feet, if you put in the effort to learn, it'll take you far.Of course there are places with bad leadership who should have never have gotten in that position in the first place, but there are other places where your leadership is there for you and helps support you and your goals.
Private in Usa
on May 23, 2022
Not a bad place to learn and grow and if u just listen to people and do what u supposed to do then u will go far and be able to go very far and u will have success
IT Specialist (INFOSEC) in Fort Bragg, NC
on May 23, 2022
Just felt like a "good 'ol boys" club mostly. Not much opportunity for remote work, everything in tech is super far behind. Some good managers surprisingly, but there are plenty of officers who aren't your supervisor that think they can boss you around because they're used to grunts answering to them. Not my scene.

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Interview insights

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Favorable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

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No interview questions other then a mental health assessment

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None i was promoted and assigned

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