U.S. Government
Happiness rating is 79 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
    1921
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (USD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Benefits

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Life insurance
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Flexible schedule
Flexible spending account
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Vision insurance
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Retirement plan
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 684 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Security Protective Officer in Herndon, VA
on March 22, 2017
Good place to work. Job responsibility is reasonable. This job gives satisfaction in pride, accomplishment and financial compensation. Good benefit for retirement.
Worker in Herlong, CA
on September 9, 2021
The most that can be said about this place is that it is a stable job. Often staff are treated as inmates and there is little respect from upper management.
Radiation Therapist in Dallas, TX
on August 8, 2021
A lot of workers don’t care about their job or helping people/veterans, as they are just there to collect that pay check. If you are a hard worker that likes to go above & beyond, help people/veterans, do work your entire shift (minus breaks), you are gonna have push back from others, difficult time within your work unit, most likely get bullied/harassed because of this ( because you just doing your job makes the other people in your department look bad, even though you’re not meaning to do so, because they aren’t there to work & go above & beyond, so be prepared!! Pay level is lower than civilian sector for the same job but as a Veteran myself I wanted to help other veterans & you can also continue to add years into your military retirement when working for the government. Your medical appointments you can schedule where you work & save yourself having to take time off work to go. You will get extra leave time off for being prior military & get extra PTO hours per pay period. You are also supposed to get hiring preferences for just being prior military & up to an extra 10 point preference above all other applicants if you are 30% disabled or more. You’ll also get every single Federal Holiday off.
Census Enumerator in Pennsylvania
on July 30, 2021
census was a challenging job. has a great supervisor who was available to help in any and all situations. was great training system to help with all situations that were to come in in completing the job requirements.
Maintenance Worker in Miami, FL
on July 30, 2021
What stands out is you are learning something different everyday,,and that was good. You also feel needed..and you work at a fair pace,and safety is something practiced every day.

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Interview insights

Insights from 123 Indeed users who have interviewed with U.S. Government within the last 5 years.
Favorable experience
Interview is average
Process takes more than one month

Interview Questions

Di-centennial (every 10 years) hiring event for the Census Bureau to count people. You apply on-line and wait for a call. They hire anyone who passes the background check. If you cannot process the job well then you are let go.

Shared on July 30, 2020

My experience

Shared on October 31, 2017

It was a barrage of personal and health questions along with a detailed examination by doctors of various kinds. physical, mental, and spiritual health questions were conducted

Shared on September 1, 2017

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