United States Department of Justice
Happiness rating is 75 out of 100
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    Government & Public Administration
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Deputy Assistant Administrator for Human Resources

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Strategy Development and Analysis Advisor

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Supervisory Contract Specialist

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Assistant Director Management Support Division

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Trial Attorney

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Sr. Investigative Analyst in Fairfax, VA
on February 6, 2020
Contractor, there is nothing to say about the Department of Justice as a whole this corporate website is forcing me to write this because at the end of the day they are a company and want to make money
Correctional Officer in South Carolina
on March 30, 2021
Pay is good but you never know if you will be able to go home on time or have to stay for another shift. Nothing is ever done about toxic employees.
Paramedic in Tacoma, WA
on March 29, 2021
Wonderful place to work, and you get paid boatloads of money and the jobs are relatively easy to learn but they are not always easy to execute due to staff shortages. However still a wonderful experience and would love to work there again!
Legal Research Analyst in San Francisco, CA
on March 28, 2021
A good place to learn how to process evidence and analyze files. Standards can be a little challenging particularly when a plaintiff has a strong case against the feds. Long hours. Working at DOJ reminded me of the famous UCLA football coach (Red Sanders), “winning isn’t the most important thing. It is the only thing.” Excellent bicycle parking at basement 450 Golden Gate for credentialed employees.
Acting Chief Pharmacist at the DOJ in Philadelphia, PA
on February 25, 2021
It's a great place to work. You meet all kinds of new people. You're mostly alone just doing your work. You have 1 technician and a Script-Pro machine. You do your work and then are done. If you get hungry, they have a cafeteria to feed you. All expenses are paid.
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