211 HR Specialists from United States Army submitted salaries.
Current Chief of Staff: Raymond T. Odierno
The United States Army is part of the Department of Defense and has been active since 1775. The Army has 561,984 Active personnel and 567,299 Reserve and National Guard personnel. The United States Army’s official motto is “This We’ll Defend.” The Army has undergone over 20 wars, including the most recent War in Afghanistan and Iraq War.
The Army has specific qualification for their candidates, including US citizenship, 17-35 years old, healthy, moral, and at least a high school or equivalent education.
The Army members operate under the leadership of Secretary Hon. John M. McHugh, Gen. Raymond T. Odierno, Gen. Peter W. Chiarelli, and SMA Raymond F. Chandler.
United States Army Careers
If you’re interested in a United States Army career, check out some of the opportunities they have for those who fit the qualifications listed above:
• Administrative Support
• Arts & Media
• Computer & Technology
• Construction & Engineering
• Intelligence & Combat Support
• Legal & Law Enforcement
• Medical & Emergency
• Transportation & Aviation
United States Army Culture
The United States Army is an extremely exciting opportunity to serve your country and reap the benefits provided by the United States government. Working for the United States Army means that you will get benefits that last a lifetime. In addition to a salary, you get family services and support, generous vacation time, and cash allowances, and much more. Check out our jobs page if you’re interested in working at the United States Army.
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