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Military Jobs

Job training in the military is great for young men and women who are trying to find a good career, in active military service and for civilian life after being discharged.

First, you must know yourself. What are your interests? What are your abilities? Are you creative? Do you like working around people? Do you like working outdoors.

Do you like being around ships and boats? Do you like to cook? Are you mechanically inclined? Do you like to write? Do you like to draw? Do you like playing computer games? Do you like to sing or play an instrument?

Do you like working with numbers? Do you like to swim? Do you like to skin dive? Do you like physical activities? Do you like helping others? Would you like to do police work? Do you like to work on cars and trucks?

Do you like to play sports? Do you like taking pictures? Do you like to build things out of wood? Do you like to teach? Do you like to drive? Do you like electronics? Are you intrigued by airplanes, helicopters, and jets?

If you can answer yes to any of the above questions, or if you have talents or skills that are unique, there is a place in the armed services for you.

If you had a choice, what job would you want to do now and is it something you would want to do in the future?

You can be sure that the United State Military Services has a job that will fulfill your desires and abilities and make you proud to serve.

Below is a partial list of jobs offered by the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and the Coast Guard

Law Enforcement Officers, Chefs, Air Conditioning Technicians, Artists, Audio Technicians, Bricklayers, Typists, Clerks, Automotive Body Repairers, Arc Welders, Dieticians, Machinists.

Corrections Officers, Computer Programmers, Physical Therapists, Photographers, Nurses, Doctors, Ship Navigators, Engine Mechanics, Airplane Pilots, Water Quality Analysis.

Tax Accounts, Software Developers, Gunsmiths, Ship Pilots, Priests, Nursing Technicians, Judges, Cashiers, Paratroopers, Scuba Divers, Court Reporters, Tile setters, Plumbers, Dentists, Dental Assistants.

Air Traffic Controllers, Warehouse Managers, Musicians, Pharmacists, Attorneys, Ordnance Specialists, Intelligence Officers, Construction Specialists, Aerospace Engineers, Printers, Painters.

Navigators, Recruiters, Personnel Clerks, Veterinarians, Meteorologists, Security Policemen, Pest Exterminators, Firemen, Electricians, Stock Clerks, Legal Secretaries, Air Traffic Controllers, Photographers.

The list goes on and on and one of these jobs could be yours if you meet the required entry level criteria and have the willingness to learn.

For more information on jobs in the military, contact your local Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Marine, and Air Force military recruiting center.

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