Navy.org is a leading resource for information and career guidance on the US Navy, with the website doubling up as a job board and a one stop shop for all Navy related information. The website constantly delivers useful and informative resources to its visitors, keeping them well informed about all the Navy related news they may need to know. The 'US Navy Officer Career Opportunities' report is yet another way Navy.org helps the layman better understand the promises of a Navy career.
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The new report is designed to help the average person understand that the Navy is more than just about combat. It seeks to create an awareness among ordinary people that the US Navy needs a variety of skills and therefore offers a variety of employment opportunities. According to this report, more than 80% of the jobs in the Navy are not related to combat, so individuals in fields as varied as communications, engineering, accounting, or even the trades can consider a Navy career without ever having to go into combat.
"When you mention a Navy career to someone, they automatically assume you are talking about one that involves going into battle. But there is so much more the Navy has to offer and through this report we hope to create that awareness. The Navy is huge organization and requires various types of skills to ensure it functions smoothly, so even if you are not interested in combat, the Navy may still be an excellent career option to consider," says Larry Fowler of Navy.org (http://www.navy.org).
The Navy offers excellent pay packets as well as a number of enviable benefits such as free food and accommodations, clothing and travel allowances, medical and dental benefits, and much more. In addition, individuals are professionally training for their role by the Navy, preparing them for an exciting and rewarding career.
"A career in the Navy is very promising and not only comes with a fantastic range of benefits but is very well paying, too. In today's economic climate, most organizations are cutting back, but the Navy continues to grow and requires dedicated and skilled individuals. This is the perfect time to consider a Navy job no matter what field of work you are interested in," concludes Fowler.
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