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Questions and Answers about U.S. Navy

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at U.S. Navy.

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I feel great. I worked 24/7. 7 day a week with no overtime or promotion. But was happy, had a wonderful territory manager. Unlike the second manager, 500 pounds woman had in Administrative Law Judge. Was Abused physically emotionally one day after 4 years past out end of at the hospital. Although didn't need to work, loved my job. I had no problem with her. Every morning she would call me in her office chow me up sent me out. Had harvest area was Dallas area. Would assign 40 cases a day? Would get the documents missing from the file from D.C. or other places in no time.

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I think was 4 house a week. Had no time to get sick. Even was sick would go to work.

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Be honest, those recruits will literally lie their pants off to get you into the branch.

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It depends on deployment tempo. If you're short duty it can be 8 hours that may bleed to 10. If you're sea duty you can expect 12 hour days. I was in aviation and working hours were written in sand and blown into the wind.

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Nothing has ever been stressed me out.

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Take a test, choose a branch, choose a job, get hauled off, get yelled at, make it through boot, and boom you’re in.

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I felt extremely proud to say that I was apart of the US NAVY and it reminded me a lot of why I joined in the first place.

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