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18 days ago

Physical Therapist

U.S. Air Force Peoria, AZ

Determine and implement treatments, policies and procedures pertaining to the physical therapy programs and activities for Airmen within medical… Jobg8


13 hrs ago

OBGYN Nurse – new

U.S. Air Force Jacksonville, AL +7 locations

You earned the degree-now get the respect. Nurses are vital to quality patient care, and in the Air Force, they're treated that way. Our Nurses are… Jobg8


16 days ago

Podiatrist

U.S. Air Force Sebring, FL +137 locations

Diagnose and treat a wide range of foot ailments ranging from injuries to physical abnormalities Perform surgery, interpret x-rays, conduct research… Jobg8


13 hrs ago

Operating Room Nurse – new

U.S. Air Force Mequon, WI +55 locations

You earned the degree-now get the respect. Nurses are vital to quality patient care, and in the Air Force, they're treated that way. Our Nurses are… Jobg8


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    Job security, guaranteed bi-monthly paycheck, payed travel, work with a diverse group of people, advancement opportunities, 30 days payed vacation annually, unmatchable education, medical benefits! The USAF is a carrier I would recommend to any, but especially to the recent high school graduates who are undecided on what they want to you. The benefits you receive for just a four year enlistment and put you on the right track for your next career if you choose to separated.

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    Long stints away from family & friends, on call 24/7, consistently relocating, limited control, lack of communication from leadership

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    You need to remember that your personnel are the backbone of all organizations. Increased support and communication is greatly needed from the top down.

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