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  • "It's got great benefits and you get out of it what you put into it(in 3283 reviews)
  • "The pay Is good depending on rank and the majority of it is not taxed which is nice.(in 1182 reviews)
  • "Great job security that fulfills the desire to do your part for the country you love while learning a valuable trade.(in 922 reviews)
  • "Great people that pour their heart and soul into a job to get optimum results.(in 757 reviews)
  • "Great training and you experience cultures in a way you can't understand by going on a vacation.(in 648 reviews)

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    1. 4.0
      Oct 30, 2018
      Anonymous Employee
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      Rewarding work, with clear impact. Pay is good with promotions and raises built in and clear (based on years worked). On the job training and educational opportunities are great.


      Work life balance can be awful, weekends, months away from your family, but that is part and parcel with the military. Leadership can either be great or awful, so that is a craps shoot.

      1. 4.0
        Apr 24, 2018
        Anonymous Contractor
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        The military pays with a salary so you get a guaranteed paycheck on the first and 15th of each month


        There is no over time pay so some days you are working longer than you are compensated

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