If the answer is yes, then you might consider a job as an engineer. Despite the slumping economy and lack of good paying open civilian jobs, the Navy and National Guard are hiring individuals to operate and maintain some of the most technologically advanced systems in the world. The military employs men and women just like you, regardless of education and training, to keep this country safe, one multimillion-dollar device at a time. Think you have what it takes to work on some of the most advanced technologies known to man? Click here to find out.
Military Engineering-Keeping The Military Moving
Highly complex systems and power equipment is found in every aspect of military operations. Engineers are called upon to perform a wide array of tasks, including operating and maintaining multi- million dollar nuclear power plants, electric generators, and turbogenerators that provide the power needed to ensure our soldiers and sailors can do their very best to defend this country. These systems are located around the globe, in many countries, in the air, on land and under the sea. Engineers in the military receive some of the most advanced hands-on experience and education available, all while working in some of the most exotic locations on the map. Want to learn more? Click here.
Will My Training Help Me in the Future?
Absolutely! Engineering is an extremely lucrative career field with many job opportunities available in both the private and government sectors of the civilian job market. In the military, you’ll learn the vital skills necessary to become successful in the civilian job market such as: teamwork, attention to detail, and leadership, as well as technical skills that will have employers actively recruiting for you. To find out how you can get started down the path to your new career, click here.
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