Benefits Of Being An Army Recruiter
What are the benefits of enlisting in the army?
Because one hippie ... another staff word ... was never recruited. I think you understand why I don't think I can really do more for you. Although you can only call me by my name (much wiser than you), I'm sorry for you. On the one hand, I don't name them, that's not my style, and on the other hand, I have more keys. Anyway, just go and come back. From now on, whatever you say will be ignored.
Ahh! Finally the real answer from an experienced person ... LOL ... Thanks for your detailed answer. I only mention the extra money (with promotions) because I don't want anyone to tell me because I already know. I have HBO so I will order it exclusively. I know this is a very important job (physically and mentally). A lot of people have told me that the two most difficult jobs in the military are jobs or DS. They are also the fastest way to get there. I talked to some of my friends, many recruiters and got a lot of positive feedback. I think the only way to find out is to do it yourself. However, thanks to your insights, it's always good to talk to people who know who they're talking about. Be careful!
I'm not a recruiter, but my friend is a Navy recruiter.
You need to understand that in order to do more than just join the army, you have to recruit. If they have anything against me they will probably call you. If they need a ride to work, they will probably call you. If they're going to a party, expect a midnight call to ask them to pick them up so they don't get caught drinking too much. They will deliberately increase their smoking habit so that they do not pass the test and then smoke thinking that they can still pass the test. If they get a second chance, sit down and try to persuade them not to change their mind. Sometimes you have the opportunity to persuade yeast parents not to deprive their children of membership benefits.
You will deal with parents who insult you, teachers will try their best not to apply to their members, administrators will hate you as a recruiter. They will have friends who will call you and ask for their address or shout at you to come with their friend.
You will work long hours (sometimes 08002300) and give up most of your social life (including in the morning when the recruiting station does PT with yeast). You will miss the family dinner (or engagement).
It can be beneficial, but it can also be difficult.