Career Questions tagged Military
Military members serve their country with pride and distinction while earning a salary and gaining valuable skills. From an intelligence analyst, pilot, engineer, and many more. There are also...
I'm a sophomore in high school and I'm interested in working in the medical field, mainly pararescue in the military or working in a hospital or OB/GYN. I am leaning more towards being a pararescue but I'm not 100% sure what I want to do for a job yet. If anyone has any advice in any of those...
Have not started working towards college credit yet, unsure if I'm able to earn degrees in the military or if its only possible after serving or before enlisting.
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?
What type of security job or military job allows you to work a desk job or be inside of an office? And what is the entry point of education I need to enter into that field of work?
I want some good tips on how i should prepare for the military since i'm planning on becoming a green beret. i already know i should show up in good shape since there training is very intense but i also wanna know what else i should expect and what would be good tips to get through it all.
Some information that may be helpful for a civilian to going into the military that may not be thought of until you are there?
Planning to enlist sometime within the next year and want to know what is the entire process for enlisting and what will happen after boot camp.
From other information i have researched you can join with a ged but do they require you attend college while you serve or before also will they be giving you residency while you serve if you decide to start a family?
Planning to be in the military before college, wanna know if I will qualify to be a veteran if I served for 4 years.
I want to know how to become a military surgeon. I know there are programs in colleges where you can get military training and that to join the military as a doctor, you will need a PH.D. But I am unsure of this fact.
Should I complete my basics in a community college or should I join the military and do my education afterwards?
I wanted to see what options are better, whether to complete my basics first or complete all my education after I serve the military.
1. To become an ATC, do I need to simply enlist, or do I need to go to ROTC or the Air Force Academy? 2. What training is required to get the job? 3. Do you think that computers and other machines will soon make the job more automatic? 4. What are some tips that can help someone on the job?...
Can being a JAG lawyer be a lifelong career or is it a good idea to switch to a civilian job after an amount of time?
I am considering becoming a JAG lawyer but I'm not sure if I should use it to gain experience and then leave the military for a law firm or if it is kind of a choice as you go thing.
Hey, my name is chance and I attend Aldine Ninth Grade School in Houston Tx. I want to attend the military when I gradate highschool to make my family proud. I also really want to work as a neonatal nurse in the NICU. I love babies and being around them, I also was a baby in the NICU for about...
I don't fully understand the ROTC but my uncle has said some things about his experience and I'm unsure about what to do. #military #college #career
I am thinking I could become a lawyer/attorney through the military and I'm just wondering how different it is from just being a regular lawyer/attorney?
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I enjoy solving mysteries and finding out information through research. Also I enjoy traveling and I have moved around a little bit. I have worked as a security guard for 3 years, I also have licences to carry a weapon and I have an interest in Information Technology. I plan on joining the Air...
I want to be a Armored Assault Vehicle Officer for the marines and i am wondering what are your opinions on this and what steps did you take to become one. #military