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There was always a purpose for what we were doing which made the job easier. Can be stressful at times but with the right leadership it isn’t to bad. Great co workers and really feels like your part of a family. Leadership usually has the best interest in mind and will usually always help you if you need it. Great benefits that can really set you up for an easier life when you get out.
Work, home life balance
it's the military, you will either hate it or love it. we are a country that does not require a 2 year service contract like some others. Even though we should. it helps give you a sense of purpose for HS students that have NO clue on what the want to do
Joining the military was the best experience in my life. I had the opportunity to meet great people and to do things I never thought I would be able to do. I would tell any young person who is looking for direction in their lives to join the military.
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In my current duty station I am able to start on some classes so I can get a good job out side of the Army when my contract is up. I have some leaders that are able to help me and give me time to work on that and even give me time off to take care of myself to get the things I need to get done and I am grateful for them.
Alot of free time, leaders that help me and able to get free college
work is sometimes boring
The various people and skills that come together to complete the project built a great working environment. The ability to learn from various individuals and have input during meetings regardless of status showcased the extraordinary management that most possessed. The hardest part was being away from family for long periods of time. Leading, teaching and mentoring those junior to me and assisting them in their growth was a great bonus for me.
If you want to be treated like a child by grown men your age (and possibly younger), if you enjoy being demoralized on a daily basis, if you enjoy stacks upon stacks of unnecessary paperwork that always seems to come down at the last minute, and power point briefs that have nothing to do with your job, JOIN THE ARMY!
The time i spent in the Army was great i learned a lot! The soldiers were all great the time there was great the pay was good the benefits were great.
Pay, environment, welcoming, supportive
Pay compared to the hours worked, not enough personal or family time, work locations usually states away from family