Nutrition Care Specialist (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 8, 2019
My time in the Army was probably the best years of my life. I got to travel, meet new and interesting people and advance my career as a nutrition care tech. The trouble comes from trying to balance a home life and the work life as you deploy, spend time in the field and work late nights. While the Army may not be for everybody, I highly recommend this job far anyone who is able to do it.
Motor Transport Operator (Former Employee) – Fort Riley, KS – February 4, 2019
This profession will mentally and physically prepare you for anything in life and could be used as a tool to further your life/career beyond it. If gives you more insight about respect, discipline and integrity and what it means to have values/goals for a profession in the future. Overall it was a good life experience for me, you learn more about yourself and those in your unit - you all become a family. Depending on your mos (military occupational specialty) you can get promoted on your skills and knowledge. The only downside I think is deployment; you are away from your family and you're down range which is apart of your job.
Loved it, wouldn't do it again if my life depended on it.
PRIVATE FIRST CLASS (Former Employee) – Monterey, CA – January 10, 2019
The pay is incredible. The respect you get for what you're doing for your country is incredible. After "work", typically its mandatory for you to go and do a group workout which can last an hour or two. There are meetings occasionally which you may need to attend at 5 in the morning or some other random time. Overall, the pay and structure were great, but it felt impossible to have a life outside of the military.
Fire Support Sergeant (Current Employee) – Saint Albans, VT – January 10, 2019
I would highly recommend the military to everyone and anyone that medically qualifies. great experience, learn alot about yourself and others. My experience is that its not always lolipops and sunshine but it is fulfilling work where you are making a different in peoples live
Stressful, cutthroat workplace that always keeps you on your toes.
11 Bravo Infantryman (Former Employee) – Fort Polk, LA – January 4, 2019
Majority nagative people who try to bring you down with them, a lot of diception and fake promises. Last minute task and missions with little notice, working on days off, and no care for personal life or responsibilities.
Unit Supply Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Benning, GA – December 28, 2018
Being in the Military gives you a feeling you are apart of something greater than yourself. It is a great experience you meet a lot of great people and get hands on training and get to travel the world.