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 Soldiers also with a rating of 5.0.
"Great opportunities; challenging work; high energy; high volume variety of civil, architecture and vertical and horizontal construction estimate work"
"The Army will prepare you for life."
"I've served a little over 4 years with the United States Army as an active duty soldier. Being deployed twice (Afghanistan and Kuwait) has giving me the opportunity learn more about myself as well as others. The skills I received from the military opened so many doors for several career opportunities. I joined the Army National Guard to continue learning and expanded job opportunities for myself in the future."
"Working for the army as a civilian has its perks, but the workplace environment is average."
"Was in the Active Army from 2005-2015, deployed twice for a total of 28 months. Time in the service was great for the most part, a lot of the MOS's have people in who are over 20 years holding up the possibility for career progression of other junior members looking to move up. The knowledge you gain from serving is incredible, the opportunity and experience you gain in your field is worth years of schooling and on the job experience in the civilian sector."
"I've been in the army since 2011. I've been to Korea, Japan, Kuwait, and Afghanistan. I love the army because it is very diverse and I deal daily with people from all types of backgrounds and it's an amazing experience."
"The best working place ever. Integrity and respect with pride of the nation, motivation and up-to-date training and care for knowledge."
"I have been in the Army for almost nine years. I really enjoy the Army, but the pressure can sometimes be stressful. I was truly grateful for my immediate supervisors and coworkers that kept me motivated and focused. Anyone desiring to join the world's greatest Army should definitely contact an Army Recruiter."
"I worked for the US Army for a total of six years. The training and job experience I received is irreplaceable. I have deployed twice with the military and found the experience of working in a combat environment as a great tool to learn how to work in a stressed and complex work structure. It prepared me to adjust to almost any situation."
"It's a good and secure life style."
"I am a member of the U.S. Army where I work as a Biomedical Equipment Technician. The Army has taught me the utmost discipline and focus. Because of the Army I am a professional, courteous and very hard working individual."
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"I've worked for the United States Army for 4 1/2 years. During my enlistment I learned how to cooperate better with others as a team, stay ahead of schedule, and be proficient at my tasks and missions."
"I've worked for the US Army for 25 years. I've found that, although the civilian workforce carries the majority of the work load, they are often unappreciated and seen as lazy. Being a Federal employee in any government agency automatically gives you this label and has made us all targets of an unappreciative Congress and the conservative faction that has no idea the work that is actually performed."
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