A typical day at work saw me interacting with German nationals, American military professionals, and American civilian employees working for the DoD on my base. Thus, I learned how to communicate with and work alongside a great variety of personalities and a diverse demographic.
Management and coworkers were regularly shifted, as is the case with a military environment, as people in the military come and go from bases regularly. The hardest part of the job was learning to deal with those who made work more difficult by being there, such as coworkers who took over all aspects of a job and left no room for me to work, or management that brought down morale and inadvertently stifled productivity.
The most enjoyable part of the job was working with civilian employees, particularly the German nationals, as I was stationed in Germany.
Outstanding health and education benefits, paid vacation (leave), travel opportunities and decent job security
Too many Type A personalities