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What do you enjoy most about being in the profession of security or military?

What part of the process of being in Security or the Military do you enjoy most? And how well does it reflect into your normal day to day life and what skills can you pick up from it that you don't already have?

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Uduak’s Answer

Hi, So the most benefit to an individual working in the security or Military Profession is "Job Security" You are likely going to get paid well and employed for a long number of years as well as a country or employer is concerned..

Why is this?
Security is one of a core factor looked at, Worked on and Determines the increase or decrease in Economic Benefits of any country..

Do I sound too complex?
In other words, you are likely to not get fired if your job is done well, you will be paid well and you are an important player in the economy..
Thank you comment icon Thank you for giving me advice. Christopher
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Scott’s Answer

Hello!

The benefit of working in the military to me would not only be job security, but career enhancement at an early age as well. The military offers young adults the opportunity to learn a trade/skill, get certified in that trade/skill and apply for after service careers as well. Hope this helps!
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Sikawayi’s Answer

Hello Christopher, thank you for your question. The part of the military my husband and I enjoyed the most was we were young enough to travel without a lot of household goods, we both took advantage of the education benefits as well as medical and dental benefits that we still enjoy today. When you're in the service things can change on a dime, the most important thing we learned was to have a budget. To be able to plan for one salary not two we did this because like we said anything could change, sudden deployments, injuries loss of body parts. We were truly blessed we were able to retire after 20 years, and my husband and I don't have to work unless we chose to. Best of luck
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James’s Answer

The thing I enjoy the most about the Military is the education. I get tuition assistance, which means the classes I take while on active duty are paid for. This doesn't include my G.I. Bill. I have an Associate's Degree and I have not had to pay a dime of that tuition.
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