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Anonymous shared this review of United States Army on Apr 2nd, 2019
"Equal pay due to it being a government job. You do have to work harder then men to prove yourself. There are still issues with explicit and implicit bias, but things are getting better. It’s a large organization so change is slow. "
Anonymous shared this review of United States Army on Apr 4th, 2018
"It is a privilege to serve your country, but you need to have the courage to determine when/if the demands of the job are right for you and your desired lifestyle. "
Anonymous shared this review of United States Army on Jan 20th, 2017
"Overall, I have found the Army to be merit-based in its treatment of women -- and overall, have done fairly well. However, certain leaders, both GO and SES, do see women differently and may, for example, see less career potential for a pregnant civilian woman or new civilian mother. Stand up for yourself and make it clear to your leadership that you want to have a career, not just a job. NOTE: The Army stands out a very positive way in its Childcare Benefits. The Army subsidy available in some regions via NACCRA pays up to $900/month for childcare if you can't get your child into a DoD facility. Navy and AF are about 50% of that."
Anonymous shared this review of United States Army on Oct 26th, 2016
"It's a tough job but a great pension. Requires incredibly great physical shape. "
"Be aware of your surroundings. Be amazing at P.T."
"It's. The Army. Where men rule the roost and call the shots. I had to pump in bathroom stalls, used locker rooms, anywhere I could find. There is no opportunity for a more flexible situation, which, I understand because it's the military. But I think a happy medium can be reached so that the military can retain more wonderfully strong women to climb up their ladders and become a better heard voice."