According to Navy.org, a resource powered by Military.com, an increasing number of people entering the job market are inquiring about professional occupations in the US Navy and other military branches due to today's turbulent economy.
"Many people are surprised to learn that nearly every civilian job has a counterpart in the US Navy and other military branches. However, unlike civilian jobs, Navy jobs offer stability, comprehensive health benefits, housing allowances, food allowances, free education, and the opportunity to travel the world, " said Larry Fowler of Navy.org (http://www.navy.org).
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The Navy is actively recruiting for skilled talent to serve in non-combat positions. Careers such as information technology professionals, human resources specialists, accountants, engineers, and photographers are in high demand.
"College graduates can enter the Navy at an officer level an move directly into a Navy Officer role, earning not only a high rate of pay, but also comprehensive health benefits, housing benefits, and most importantly, job security," said Fowler.
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