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U.S. Department of Justice is ranked #58 on the Best Government Companies to Work For in America list. Zippia's Best Places to Work lists provide unbiased, data-based evaluations of companies. Rankings are based on government and proprietary data on salaries, company financial health, and employee diversity.
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U.S. Department of Justice Salaries By Job Title
On average, employees at U.S. Department of Justice stay with the company for 3.9 years. Employees most commonly join U.S. Department of Justice after leaving US Army. When they leave U.S. Department of Justice, they most frequently get their next job at Department of Homeland Security.
|Average Length of Employment|
Federal Bureau of Prisons7.7 years
U.S. Department of Justice3.9 years
Department of Homeland Security3.3 years
U.S. Department of State3.1 years
|Top Employers Before U.S. Department of Justice|
US Army19.4 %
U.S. Navy9.7 %
|Top Employers After U.S. Department of Justice|
US Army11.1 %
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