On average, employees at United States Army give their company a 4.1 rating out of 5.0 - which is 8% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest United States Army employees are Section Leaders submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Mechanics also with a rating of 5.0.
"This is a very good company."
"Outstanding, loved working there."
"Everyone at my company works as a team, one team, one fight. Everyone knows their job as well, know information about each other's job, so if one is out of the office the other can cover down for them. One team, one fight."
"Great company, it's been good to me and my family for 21 yrs. Proud to serve my country."
"I've worked as an Information Technology Specialist within the US Army for 3+ years. Most of that time I've been working specifically within the SOCOM community, assisting in technical requirements during training missions, stateside communications, and deployed environments."
"The battalion supports the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division."
"I was a student researcher, not much to do for summer work, but a generally good place to work."
"Great place to work, they allow for free creativity in research and provide for you to go out and push your own decisions for research. Money is a little short and can make performing research difficult. Significant amount of bureaucratic red tape makes getting simple materials slow but otherwise great experience great people. Starting to get updated facilities too."
"Love the military. Great benefit, great opportunity to move up in the field."
"Great experience. Leadership gets questionable at times."
"Nothing wrong with the Army or this prestigious post."
"I have worked for the United States Army for nearly 20 years. I have found it to be among the most rewarding experiences in my entire life. I would not hesitate to recommend the Armed Services to any young person with the desire to achieve and excel."
"I am currently an E-4/Specialist in the US Army. I make roughly about $40,000 per year with basic housing allowance and sustenance pay for help with groceries. I am currently in the process of getting medically discharged from my position in the Army. The Army provides my family adequate health care benefits."
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