Army National Guard Employee Reviews
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Workload varies with the activity of the unit but it's incredibly rewarding to assist our soldiers and their families with any of there needs during the deployment cycle and through the pandemic.
Very welcoming workforce
There's a lot to learn so get up to speed fast
I have been able to travel to multiple countries to learn and protect there cultural from extremist , also been able to travel within the United States to train with multiple government agencies
Team building and educational benefits
Being deployed away from home for several months at a time
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I joined at the age of Twenty I had no prior experience of that much order being in my life I was pushed to things I never thought I could and I thrived in an environment that I never knew I could thrive in it showed me that as long as you put the time and planned out a specific goal it can be achieved
Health Benefits, comradery, Travel, pay
Time away from family, interference with other interest, unexpected over time
You can only work so many hours a week. 2 of the guys that are full time they're were extremely rude and very condescending. This was in De Soto, MO. I wouldn't recommend working there especially as a civilian.
Upon joining the National Guard, they expressed that there is no "I" in team and that the possibilities of trades and advancement within the organization would be endless, as long as you put in the work and energy.
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Unless you are in college or blandly have no goals. I recommend going active army. You will deploy to other countries and you must available, if your unit gets activated. I also recommend applying for MOS that align with your dream career or personal interest.