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The United States Air Force (USAF) is the United States Armed Forces' air service arm. It is one of the eight uniformed services of the United States. The United States Air Force (USAF) was constituted as a separate component of the United States Armed Forces on September 18, 1947, with the passage of the National Security Act of 1947. It is the second youngest branch of the United States Armed Forces and the fourth in chronological order. The United States Air Force is a military service branch established inside the Department of the Air Force, one of the Department of Defense's three military departments. They provide career growth and development opportunities. Currently, they have vacancies in Tactical Aircraft Maintenance, Combat control, Physicist, Critical care medicine, and various other vacancies.

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What departments United States Air Force employees work at?
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other occupation33.9%
Management - Other9.7%
Law Enforcement / Security9.6%
Computer / IT9.6%
Maintenance / Repair9.3%
Air Transportation8.3%
Healthcare6.9%
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Professional experience

How many years of experience do United States Air Force employees have before joining?
Years of experience at United States Air Force: Newcomers: 33%, Experiencers: 20%, Experts: 19%, Veterans: 28%. United States Air Force employees have less than 3 years experience on average before joining.
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Where did United States Air Force employees work before joining?
Where they've worked before United States Air Force: United States Air Force Academy, United States Department of Defense, US Air Force Reserve. Typical United States Air Force employees have worked at United States Air Force Academy.
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United States Department of Defense
US Air Force Reserve
What industries did United States Air Force employees work in previously?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of United States Air Force: National Security, Colleges / Universities, Niche Retailers, Transportation Support Companies, Air Transportation Companies. United States Air Force employees most likely come from a National Security industry background.
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Where did United States Air Force employees work before joining?
Past employers' size at United States Air Force: Small: 29%, Medium: 11%, Large: 60%. Most United States Air Force employees have previously worked at large companies.
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Educational background

What did employees at United States Air Force study?
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Where did employees at United States Air Force study?
American Military University
Community College of the Air Force
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Employee data

How long do people stay in a role at United States Air Force?
Time employed at United States Air Force: <1: 4%, 1-3: 14%, 4-8: 34%, 9-13: 24%, 14-20: 14%, 20+: 10%. Most United States Air Force employees stay with the company for 4-8 years which is the same as the industry average.
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How does United States Air Force rank for age & gender diversity?
Gender ratio at United States Air Force: 80.9% Male and 19.1% Female. Age ratio at United States Air Force: 16-20: 0%, 21-30: 51%, 31-40: 32%, 41-50: 11%, 51-60: 5%, 60+: 1%. United States Air Force rates - 5.9% less female than the industry average. Most United States Air Force employees are 21-30, which is below the industry median age range.
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What are the top roles at United States Air Force?
Top roles of United States Air Force: Pilot, Security, Program Manager, Superintendent, Lieutenant. The top role at United States Air Force is Pilot.
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How does United States Air Force rank for career advancement?
Career advancement at United States Air Force: medium. United States Air Force ranks medium for career advancement which is above the industry average.
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NCOIC Personnel War Planning
Fort Walton Beach, FL - February 1, 2024
Great opportunity
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Good experiences, good people. Great education possibilities. Great promotion possibilities. Best 23 years of my life.

Pros and Cons
Everything, people, education, and travel
Long hours and long stays away from home
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December 11, 2023
A Mixed Bag
3.2
Ratings
3
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
Joining the Air Force was one of the most challenging things I've ever done. The training was hell, my job hours were terrible at times, and the career progression was next to none unless you made rank but the people were amazing. I learned so much about myself, it made my family grow as a unit, and I made some of the best friends I could ask for. I had to retire medically but I would have happily given them 20+ years. I miss it every single day, and I recommend anyone give it at least four years.

Pros and Cons
make lifelong friends, good insurance benefits, potential to travel
time away from family, shifting work hours, isolated bases
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Mental Health Techinican
Dayton, OH - November 23, 2023
Adventure, Growth, and Building a Life
4.0
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5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
The Air Force is demanding like any branch of the service however the quality of life is good. If you join when you are young you learn a lot of important life lessons. You learn how to push yourself outside of your comfort zone which is one of the greatest skills in order to have lifelong growth and to keep on a path to success/achieve your goals/dreams. It teaches you the importance of delayed gratification and how sacrifice and discipline are great neutralizers because both are huge keys to success. It will provide you with a way to live independently at a young age but try and pick a career you will enjoy (four to six years is longer than you think). I found my passion because of the Air Force and spent 11 years as a Mental Health Technician then I was able to get out and use my GI Bill to go to school to become an LCSW-S.

Pros and Cons
Contribute to fundamentally shaping you as a person
A lot of sacrifice
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United States Representative engineering the FVEY Coalition Pegasus Wide Area Network
Andrews Air Force Base, MD - June 12, 2023
Honor and Respect working with 5 Nations' Best
3.4
Ratings
3
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I was honored to become the 13th representative designing, installing, and supporting Pegasus, the fully resilient transport supporting FVEY national red, black, yellow, blue, and brown communication channels and their capabilities outside of public facing and internet connectivity

Pros and Cons
Working with brilliant National Representatives from 5 Countries
Federal contract awards to small minority owned businesses without experience or resources
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5 months ago
I am interested how to apply ?
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Computer Operator
Sunnyvale, CA - June 9, 2023
Air Force NCO
2.8
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4
Professional growth
2
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
Joined at 20; after re-enlisting, I was reassigned to the AFSCN and was able to learn about the Satellite Network, which started my 31-year career.

Pros and Cons
Great stepping stone to lay out my future
Hard regulations, Lack of freedom.
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Air frame repair
Little Rock Air Force Base, AR - April 13, 2023
Served Military obligation
2.4
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1
Professional growth
1
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
1
Culture and Values
Served Military Obligation , for 4 years and got out with Honorable discharge ! Good experience !*****

Pros and Cons
Free meals on duty
No car.. out of the country
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Freight Specialist
Dover, DE - April 9, 2023
Best think I did with my life besides my children.
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
The Air Force taught me work ethic and responsibility. I learned to stay informed and up to date on current and world events. The Air Force provided training and learning events of all types. The Officers I worked with were professional and fun. They wanted everyone to succeed.

Pros and Cons
Great place to work and an amazing opportunity.
No cons for this experience. Best thing I ever did.
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Tactical Aircraft Maint Tech
March 22, 2023
Not for everyone
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5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
1981 to 2001. Worked several air frames in several countries, with plenty of TDYs. Exposure to several cultures, languages, climates in many political climates (peace time, cold war, war time).

Pros and Cons
Decent pay, lots of travel opportunities and educational benefits.
Can be hard on families, getting progressively "woke" and less combat ready.
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Sergeant
Patrick Air Force Base, FL - February 8, 2023
Medical Administration Specialist
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5
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4
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Truly an enjoyable time in my life and very memorable events. An adventure and challenge that started the shaping my life.

Pros and Cons
Housing, Medical benefits, and other benefits like education
mild isolation, not always in charge of your own decisions and life
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September 30, 2022
Stop looking for shortcuts to success
5.0
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5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
You can’t go wrong if you take advantage of all the benefits especially the education. You will grow personally and professionally without a doubt, but you have to work for it. I started without a care, education or skill. Now I’m retired (age 53) from the military and another government job. I made lots of money and now living a prosperous life. Stop looking for short cuts! Go out there and earn your keep. Just jump and do it!!

Pros and Cons
Professionalism
Deployment
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Engineering and Installation Team Chief, Secure Systems
San Francisco, CA - September 28, 2022
US Military
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5
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Salary & Benefits
3
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3
Recognition & Support
5
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US Air Force, medically retired, worked for one of the best Units in the US Military. Overseas operations are at the highest operational tempo, keeping the spear sharp, depending where you are stationed the real world situation can be dangerous to deadly, the days long and the separation from family extended. Pacific Theater of Operations 1982-1992.

Pros and Cons
Help keeping America free and safe!
Military First, Military Always which equals long hours and often extended deployments.
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C-130 Crew Chief, APG Mechanic
Elmendorf AFB, AK - September 14, 2022
Great experience to better myself
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4
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I was fortunate to have a job that actually made a difference in helping secure the U.S. and it's allies. Aircraft Maintenance was a challenging yet rewarding career path! Very grateful for my 6 yrs of honorable service.

Pros and Cons
Commaraderie; Mission Support; Defending our nation
Full-time job, 24/7
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May 14, 2022
Productive work place
4.2
Ratings
4
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
The military life style is NEVER complacent, you will move every 3-4 years, world-wide, and will be exciting but stressful at the same time. It is a great honor to serve alongside some amazing people from all fabric of society. You will be expose to diverse cultures, challenge work environments and settings, and all the while be part of something BIG, which is the defense of our nation.

Pros and Cons
Retirement package after service contract
stressful lifestyle, lost of civil liberties
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HR Manager/Project and Program director
Ellsworth Air Force Base, SD - March 17, 2022
Work hard, comradery, and satisfaction
3.6
Ratings
4
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
5 years as Security Forces, the rest in n Resources until my retirement. Worked at tactical, operational, and strategic levels in this organization

Pros and Cons
The challengel
Deployment
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Network Administrator
Anchorage, AK - February 18, 2022
Air Force
3.8
Ratings
3
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
10 years Air Force. Got out with a honorable discharge. Reached 7 level training. Training continues with certifications

Pros and Cons
Great options
Long distance
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December 13, 2021
Best career choice
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I was very weary when enlisting in the Air Force. Enlisting in the Air Force was the best career choice I ever made. The personal growth that I had while in and the beautiful mark i have on my resume forever has set me up for success. The leadership experience earned and the work ethic reinforced has made me very successful today. I am no longer in the military due to family choices, however, I am still reaping benefits from my service that ended 4 years ago. The one thing I recommend is to research your career choice prior to enlisting, ensure you review your contract for all agreed upon items, and understand that there is risk in everything.

Pros and Cons
Leadership experience, work ethic reinforcement, ability to respond logically under times of stress
Possibly hazardous work
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Nurse case
El Segundo, CA - September 14, 2021
a graet place to work. Very supportive senior staff
4.0
Ratings
3
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I worked for the Air force as a wounded warrior case manager. The staff were supportive. My boss was great. At the time I was working there I was in a domestic violence situation. My boss and the coordinator for abuse on the base were kind and supportive. I eventually had to leave the state because I feared for my life. They were understanding and supportive.

Pros and Cons
birthday parties
A long commute.
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August 4, 2021
An experience of a life time friendships that became family.
4.4
Ratings
4
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
12 years in service to my country, I enjoyed my experiences and the camaraderie can not be matched.

Pros and Cons
Service to my country in some awesome locations.
The pay was not that good.
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Passenger and Household Goods with Freight and Packing and Crating
Grissom Air Reserve Base, IN - June 27, 2021
US AIR FORCE - great career
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
joined US Air Force in May of 1973 as an AB (Airman Basic) worked at numerous bases, was sent to American Airlines in Dallas, TX to learn the SABRE reservation system to help transition the Air Force Passenger Travel department to the Sabre System, later converted to SATO, worked in Household goods shipping and receiving departments, also worked as US Customs Inspector for All of KOREA in 1985-1986 while stationed at Osan AB, Korea, was promoted to TSgt(Technical Sergant) while at Osan AB, Korea, Supervisory position. Transferred to Grissom AFB, IN after Osan, deployed to Ryiad, Saudi Arabia due to the beginning of the Gulf war. Spent 8 1/2 months there. Retired May 31, 1993.

Pros and Cons
Variety of different types of jobs, friendly co-workers and family oriented
Not alot of choice in where you got stationed
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Admininstrative Assistant
Oklahoma City, OK - June 3, 2021
Great place to work
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I was a young man and the Air Force helped me to become responsible. I learned a lot from the Air Force.

Pros and Cons
Great Atmosphere to work
You may have to leave the country with very little notification
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March 15, 2021
Bad pay, but worth the inner growth
4.4
Ratings
5
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
You’ll become mature, you’ll get opportunities to advance if you look, you may be able to visit other countries (even those countries you don’t want to pay to visit), you’ll learn about your country and experience more world knowledge- it’s worth the crappy pay.

Pros and Cons
Travel and worldly knowledge
Terrible pay
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Chief of Data Operations
Beale AFB, CA - February 25, 2021
Master Sargeant
3.8
Ratings
4
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
Worked here for 20 years and supervised 26 staff in 24 x 7 facility. Very structured and very orderly. Knew up front what was expected and how to be treated. Even though I worked in environment with constant change inappropriate behavior from supervisors, subordinates and customers were not tolerated. Awesome place to work and grow.

Pros and Cons
Not only was training provided it was expected both on and off duty. Awesome.
Worked on military base and drive time to work was about an hour each way.
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What’s the gender distribution at United States Air Force?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
19.1% female, 80.9% male.
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When was United States Air Force founded?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
1947.
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2 years ago
1947
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What industry does United States Air Force fall under?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
Government/Civil Service/Military, Law Enforcement/Security.
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How long do people usually work for United States Air Force?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
4-8 year(s).
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what kind of companies did United States Air Force employees work for?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
Large companies before United States Air Force.
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what are the chances of career advancement at United States Air Force?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
medium.
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who are employees usually hired by after leaving United States Air Force?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
by one of these businesses: Boeing, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Northrop Grumman, United States Department of Defense, USAF, US Air Force Reserve, US Army, US Department of Veterans Affairs
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Who are the top previous employers of United States Air Force employees?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
United States Air Force Academy, United States Department of Defense, USAF, US Air Force, US Air Force Reserve, US Army, US Navy, Walmart.
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What’s the average age at United States Air Force?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
21-30.
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Where did most of United States Air Force employees go to school?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
American Military University, Community College of the Air Force, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott, United States Air Force Academy, University of Maryland-University College.
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Did you leave United States Air Force on good terms?
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2 years ago
yes
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What's incuded in benefits?
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8 months ago
All medical and dental care provided for entire families😃
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8 months ago
They take care of pretty much everything that you need and offers great benefits.
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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish?
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8 months ago
Three months from initial contact by phone to start date. Had to send copies of my diplomas from all nursing programs, drug screening, background check.😎
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8 months ago
For me it took about 4 month to go through all of the paperwork.😇
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Do you have to travel?
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8 months ago
Yes definitely and they pay for all relocation of you and immediate family depending on military assignment.
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8 months ago
Yes. They will say you can stay close to home but you can only stay there until they decide you need to move😊
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Do employees get free lunch?
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8 months ago
yes it's free for all employees.
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8 months ago
It's totally free🤩
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Great place to get a start. If your looking for adventure and a family, you will find it in
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9 months ago
It's great place with tons of room to grow.😇
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If you were in charge what would you do to make it a better place to work?
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8 months ago
Nothing, the training was fine and work environment was good.😇
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8 months ago
I would lay out expectations at the beginning, encourage more professional personal development and mandate physical fitness more intently.
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What would help someone to be successful?
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8 months ago
Be honest and forthcoming. While the job is laid back give it your all. Have an eye for detail and always make sure to stay busy😄
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8 months ago
Be honest and true towards the company.😁
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Can you work remotely?
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9 months ago
Depends on your career field. A large number of career fields can but some can’t.
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9 months ago
It not allowed for most of the positions.😫
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What are the pros of working?
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8 months ago
Working here was busy but not too stressful. Work life balance was great and having all holidays off was a definite plus🤩
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8 months ago
Opportunities to move up were limited but not impossible.
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What is the work environment and culture like at the company?
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8 months ago
Integrity was key to our daily missions around the world.😁
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8 months ago
Very focused on the core values with positivity
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What's the work pace?
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8 months ago
it's fast paced work environment.
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It's a good job, but it's heavily dependent on your Commander and their Senior Enlisted Leader. The benefits are amazing highly recommended.
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8 months ago
The friends and experience I gained over the years is best🤩
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Fast-paced environment with little or no help to solve complex technical issues.
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9 months ago
Very high expectations to uphold and very little supervision contact 🥺
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I was in 11 years and I have mixed feelings about my time. I enjoyed meeting the people and the benefits but it can be difficult giving up so much time out of your life.
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9 months ago
The integrity and excellence in all that they do is really great🥰
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9 months ago
Enjoyable work with supportive leadership to help get the job done🤩
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Is it possible for me to get a Bachelor's degree while active duty?
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9 months ago
well it depends on your role :))
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8 months ago
Yes, and it is highly encouraged.
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How are the working hours?
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8 months ago
Working hours are typically 8 to 10 hours a day depending on the mission.😁
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8 months ago
Depends on what project/mission you are working. it could be 8 hours or more. Usually is just your 8 hours a day😇
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What questions did they ask during your interview?
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8 months ago
They ask Knowledge skills and abilities related questions😎
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8 months ago
Are you reliable? Can you follow instructions? Do you have weight restrictions for lifting?
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How is feedback from management delivered?
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8 months ago
There are regular check ins with supervisors and yearly performance and feedback reviews😁
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8 months ago
It directly to the employees.😇
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What is the interview process like ?
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9 months ago
It was a long process😎
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How do you feel about going to work each day?
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9 months ago
I loved every day 😇
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9 months ago
There was always an excitment going to work. The graditude of fixing an aircraft and see it take off from the runway.❣
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What is the weight requirements for someone over 30?
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9 months ago
Just be fit they ask you to fullfill the requirements.😆
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Will a felony stop you from getting job?
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8 months ago
They don't hire felonies.😎
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8 months ago
Yeah it will stop you because they don't consider felony.😌
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Will felonies prevent me from working here?
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9 months ago
No. It will not. The only thing will prevent you is being a murderer. Everything else is negotiable.
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9 months ago
Basically I would say being a criminal will stop you form being employed
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Does they check background of employees?
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8 months ago
Yes they do always🧐
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How many sick days do you get per year?
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9 months ago
Supervisor is able to grant one day of sick leave. However member is required to schedule an appointment and will be granted quarters for being ill.
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9 months ago
As many as needed based on determination from medical provider😌
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What's the health insurance?
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9 months ago
It's offered to you at no cost. 😓
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9 months ago
It's good almost all included for you and your family
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Can somebody from Nigeria get this job?
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8 months ago
Yes you can If you obtain citizenship.😉
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8 months ago
I am not sure if a non US citizen can do this position.🙄
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Does employees get career development opportunities?
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8 months ago
It is rewarding to align new Airman with career opportunities to help them to achieve their future goals.🥳
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8 months ago
You have the opportunity to pave your own way. Take a chance of all the opportunities given to you. There's plenty of things you can do & learn on your own.
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How manay vacations yearly?
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9 months ago
You will get 30days yearly.😎
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9 months ago
one month of vacations anually😍
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Is it difficult getting a job in the medical aspect of the military?
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8 months ago
No it is not difficult🙂
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8 months ago
Yes, you have to get lucky and wait for an opening.😎
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What's the retirement plan?
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8 months ago
Federal retirement plan is always good if you’re willing to stay in for a full 20 years
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8 months ago
Matching for TSP to ensure good retirement.😎
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Is it difficult to get hired if you do not have a military background?
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8 months ago
No it is about the same as applying anywhere and yes, civilians can be hired for any position besides leadership roles.🤓
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8 months ago
NO you dont need a military background. Just as long as youre able and willing to learn with the right attitude.
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How often do raises occur?
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7 months ago
Annually usually at the cost of living rate.
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7 months ago
When you get promoted is when you get a pay increase.😜
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What is the most stressful part about working at the company?
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8 months ago
I had no stressful moments everything was workable and easy to learn, working with the military was a helpful and enlightening position.😇