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   CS Jayavel, Coimbatore, India Posted On :
17 - 8 - 2010
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8 Reasons Enlisting Today Makes Sense for Tomorrow Why Should You Join the Armed Forces? Most everyone knows servicemembers are given numerous tangible benefits while serving their country. But most people don’t realize that servicemembers are given intangible benefits that give them an advantage in life long after they leave the military. Many veterans don’t even realize they have gained these advantages but, let me tell you, civilian companies seek veterans out and want to put them on their payroll. Whether you honorably serve two years or 30, you’ll gain the following eight qualities that will give you an advantage over those who have never served: 1. Servicemembers Learn Leadership – As a servicemembers you are given responsibility for lives, budgets, expensive and hi-tech equipment at a very young age, this engrains leadership into every facet of military life. Servicemembers are put in a leadership role from the very beginning. How many 25-year old civilians manage 20 or more people and Lakhs of rupees worth of equipment like a Lieutenant does everyday? 2. Servicemembers are Team Player – In the military you’ll be trained to work as a team to accomplish the mission. Many companies recognize that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts and want to hire individuals with a “team first” attitude. As a veteran you’ll be able to instantly add to any team’s effectiveness. 3. Service members are Educated and Technically Savvy – The military has the most extensive technical training facilities in the world. As a veteran you will be a product of the world’s largest technical training system and have experience in managing the most complex technology in the world. More than 36% of all military members are college grads and 100% have gone through formal military training. 4. Service members Perform Under Pressure – As a servicemember you will learn to handle high-pressure situations. Working on tight deadlines, problem solving and quick thinking are all in a days work for most military members. Civilian companies are always looking for individuals to handle the pressure of the corporate world. 5. Service members are Drug Free and Healthy – Mandatory drug testing and physical fitness standards ensure healthy employees with less sick time. As a servicemembers you will be generally more fit than your civilian counterparts. Civilian companies want employees who are healthy, drug free, and productive. 6. Service members Have Security Clearances – Most military positions require a secret or higher security clearance. Because of the world we live in, many civilian companies require employees to possess a security clearance. A company will normally have to pay thousands of Rupees and valuable time to get a clearance for someone who doesn't currently possess a valid clearance. There’s also no guarantee that a civilian will be issued a clearance. Having a security clearance, whether active or lapsed, gives you an advantage. 7. Service members are Flexible and Quick to Learn – Military members are accustomed to switching jobs frequently and therefore learn to be flexible and quick to learn new skills very quickly. As a servicemembers you learn to expect and often welcome change; because of this civilian companies will want you on their team. 8. Service members are Willing to Relocate – As a military servicemember you will move several times during your time in the military. Actually, quite a few military members look forward to changing locations. When compared to many civilians who are anchored to a particular geographical location, military members generally are flexible and willing to move where their services are needed. As you can see the benefits joining the military don’t end when you get out. The military provides a great way of life while you are serving and lays the foundation for future endeavors. So, what are you waiting for? These benefits can all be yours, start by talking with a counsellor at Defence Academy - 94437 20076 Sixth pay commission will be paying you an amount other would envy The Country Needs you You it to your Mother land You will never regret your service life It is now or Never- Just give it a Try In case of any clarification Call Lt.Col Jayavel at 94437 20076 Email us at Defence.academy @army.com

 
   Md. Abdul Samad, Patna, India Posted On :
2 - 3 - 2010
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To face an interviews and get a job we have to improve our concerning, I want to detail of prospectus and remuneration to build a career in foreign language as french language in France

 
   KANGKANA, Guwahati, India Posted On :
17 - 2 - 2010
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Be confident and polite always.

 
   Nida Naureen, Lahore, Pakistan Posted On :
16 - 10 - 2009
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There must be confidence during the interview and the language also be specific that is easily understandable.

 
  
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Gently shut the door behind you as you leave.

 
  
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Walk out confidently without looking back.

 
  
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Shake hands only if the interviewer initiates the gesture.

 
  
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Don't forget to say "Thank you" at the end of an interview to every interviewer before leaving.

 
  
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You can ask when you can expect to hear from them before you leave.

 
  
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Avoid indulging in certain mannerisms in your speech or behavior.

 
  
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Remember to say 'sorry' if your opinions or answers are rejected.

 
  
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It is better to admit if you don't know something.

 
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