On average, employees at United States Navy give their company a 4.0 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest United States Navy employees are Communications Specialists submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Storekeepers also with a rating of 5.0.
"USSTRATCOM and working for Defense Intelligence Agency has been an amazing place to be stationed during my time in the Navy. The overall vibe is a bit of a corporate setting which can be a refreshing change that requires a higher level of professionalism amongst all military members both junior and senior members alike."
"This is a great opportunity for individuals who want to develop diverse skill sets while also exposing yourself to many different kinds of personalities and work styles."
"Leadership skills learned through the Navy offer a superior skillset than in the civilian world."
"Enlisting in the U.S. Navy will change your life. No other occupation can offer the thrills you will experience. Make no mistake, however, you will also work harder than you ever have as a civilian. Long hours, long stretches away from home, and less money than you would make in the civilian sector. Knowing what you are doing is part of the greater good, though, is priceless."
"I have been there for two months. The commute is brutal, although we are teleworking for the most part. Command seems dysfunctional, the disparate pieces talk to each other and also talk about each other. Command is spread from Boston to Seattle."
"I have worked for the United States Navy for 20 years. I will be separating from the Navy soon. The Navy has been adventure and I have enjoyed my time. Now that I am transitioning, I am looking forward to bring my experience and motivation to the civilian work force."
"The Navy is a diverse and high-demanding work environment that will push the average person past what they thought was possible. I learned to adapt and overcome every situation I was ever thrown into emerging like a phoenix from the ashes. To anyone who may be a hard worker that loves his or her country ten out of ten I would recommend."
"I would never take back my 22 years Navy. It has been an awesome experience."
"Served for 32 years and was the best experience I could have ever had."
"Join the Navy! To see the world and service you’re country!"
"Worked in the Navy as an officer. Did not meet expectations, but wasn’t that bad of a gig."
"I have worked as a Nuclear Mechanic in the Navy for 20 years. I have gained valuable experience and knowledge, including critical thinking, which allows me to pursue in aspect of civilian job opportunities."
"The US Navy has its pros and cons, but overall you get what you put in."
"I've worked in the united States navy for 8 years I loved it. got in 2008 September and retired on medical."
"I have been in the Navy since 2015 and grown as an individual due to the culture around me."
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