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How can I learn more about careers in the military?

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Andrea’s Answer

Hi!

Here are a few great sites for Military Jobs! IMake sure to go to yoru local recruitment center and take the ASVAB test. Once you do that... Here are some sites available. I will list them in To-Do.

Andrea recommends the following next steps:

https://www.military.com/join-armed-forces/military-jobs
https://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs.html
https://www.usajobs.gov/
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Christopher’s Answer

Will first what branch of the military do you want to go into? What do you want to do after the military? I think once you find out the answers. Message me back and I can help go further.

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Scott’s Answer

The best way to learn more about careers in the military is to engage with a military recruiter. Ask them to allow you to take the Pre Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. This gives you an idea of which professions you qualify for. As the recruiter how many slots are available and when they're available for the different jobs you're interested in. Review the medical and physical requirements and ensure you meet them. Take the official ASVAB and ask the recruiter to submit you for the job. If approved, they will take you to Military In Processing where they will sign contracts, check your health and prepare you to goto basic training. At this point, congratulations...you've joined the military!

Scott recommends the following next steps:

Lookup a Armed Services recruiting office in your area here: https://secure.military.com/Recruiting/first
Take the ASVAB: https://asvabpracticetestonline.com/
Review the list of Military Occupational Specialties: https://www.thebalancecareers.com/complete-list-of-army-enlisted-mos-s-3346173
Speak with active and retired service members in the branch and MOS you're interested in to learn about their experience. A veterans affairs office can help you find someone.
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