"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."
"Good starting job for young people who don't know what they want to do"
"I'm a retired Navy vet of 20 years, the best investment of my life. You learn life and job skills, travel and get paid better than civilian jobs. Oh yeah, and you can earn your degree at the college of your choice. Can't beat that, best deal ever!"
"I've worked for the United States Navy since 2011. The work/family balance is terrible and leadership leaves a lot to be desired."
"The military is a great stepping stone to personal development as well as cultivating skills necessary to succeed in the civilian sector."
"I've been an Officer in the United States Navy for the past seven years. There have been plenty of up's and down's with many challenges along the way. I am transitioning out of the military not because of lack of respect for the job but I have reached the point in my career that I know it is time to move on. I would have to stay in for a minimum of five more years and all of those are out at sea and deployable, which is not what I want. I am looking to start a family and being away from my fiancee for a long period of time is something I am not looking for at this point."
"I worked for the U.S Navy for 4 years. Great co-workers, had the chance to be my own boss and had the opportunity to grow."
"Fantastic for getting job experience and skills as a mechanic."
"It's a decent career choice for people who need direction in life."
"The navy can be a great stepping stone or career choice. You honestly don’t know until you’re in."
"Very high paced industry with quick thinking and teamwork being focal points in order to complete the mission. Long hours, but rewarding when understanding what it is you're doing it for. Can grow at your own pace depending on what you do to set yourself apart from the rest while still helping others excel."
"I spent six years working for the Navy. The skills and experience I gained were second to none. I joined as a boy with little to no work ethic and I came out a man with a family and the drive to succeed. No challenge a new job can throw at me will compare to what I overcame in the Navy. No for the weak of heart or soft skinned."
"I've been an active duty member of the United States Navy since 2013. The Navy has afforded me the opportunity to see the world and learn a valuable skill set. I cherish my time serving and will look back on it fondly. I intend to separate to move closer to my family and spend more time with my wife."
"Good compensation, poor work life balance."
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