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Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010-2011 by Editors at JIST, US Department of Labor

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Job Opportunities in the Armed Forces

(O*NET 55-1011.00, 55-1012.00, 55-1013.00, 55-1014.00, 55-1015.00, 55-1016.00, 55-1017.00, 55-1019.00, 55-2011.00, 55-2012.00, 55-2013.00, 55-3011.00, 55-3012.00, 55-3013.00, 55-3014.00, 55-3015.00, 55-3016.00, 55-3017.00, 55-3018.00, and 55-3019.00)

Significant Points
  • Some training and duty assignments are hazardous, even in peacetime; hours and working conditions can be arduous and vary substantially, and personnel must strictly conform to military rules at all times.
  • Requirements vary by branch of service, but enlisted personnel need at least a high school diploma or its equivalent while officers need a bachelor’s or graduate degree.
  • Opportunities should be excellent in all branches of the Armed Forces ...

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