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I was blessed. Awarded a full scholarship for an advanced degree in Psychology, PhD with an internship and the opportunity to learn and serve. I served in a variety of locations. Had less say, than I would have preferred in duty locations. But it worked out. I got in to work in hospital settings in California, Texas, Georgia and Berlin Germany. Until the RIF.
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Working as a team benefits everyone. you learn from every one on daily basis. management is always willing to listen. each culture is different depending on where you are stationed a typical day at work is just like a jov out her in the civilian world, you have good days and bad. the hardest part of the job leaving for another duty station to another because of the commandry you have built with this team.
Wenn ich noch einmal die Wahl hätte , würde ich kein Arbeitsverhältniss mehr dort eingehen. Früher war es viel viel besser ich bin sehr gerne zur Arbeit gegangen ! kein Vergleich zu heute. so wie schwarz und weiss. Alle Motivation wird einem genommen! Man hat täglich mit irgend einem Quatsch zu kämpfen, der einem eigendlich gar nichts angeht, was mit der eigendlichen Arbeit nichts zu tun hat.
I had to be ready to do what I am called to do at the same time, I had to display leadership through action. There were some difficult moments one for example; taking on the responsibility of leading a company on missions and preventing international conflict with allied nation. I cannot please everyone, but I have learn to adapt to the situation and use proper methods to allow everyone to agree to a common ground which lead to the success of the missions assigned.
If you work hard and stay committed, its an incredible opportunity. perfect for fresh out of high school who are unsure what they wanna do. get paid and travel the world and make yourself into something before getting into the work force. also will pay for a tradition degree after your service if you decide it
i used the army as a stepping stone. i got what i wanted out of it. thats just what the army is: you get what you put in. i made it up the ranks fairly quickly and i enjoyed having soldiers to mentor and train, but i do not miss some of the things i was made to do or how much of my time was wasted.