Pick a trade that is always needed like electrician, AC/Heating, plumbing, etc. Having said that, I know an electrician that right now has no work. lol When most folks don't have jobs, even many necessary things of daily life are cut back. That is how bad it is right now. Folks are having a tough time just feeding themselves right now, let alone all the other stuff that may be needed but can't be afforded.
n "good times" career choice is not a problem, pick a job and go for it, but at this point I would not know what to tell a young person just starting out. It is not just the present recession. I feel our culture and economy is about to be shaken to its core
I was not well suited for military life. I'm not a "kool-aid" drinker and I have a problem with the abuse and misuse of authority. I'm sure that hasn't changed. I accomplished what I went in for - becoming a pilot.
If I were looking to the military now for some sort of future, I'd have a good hard look at the Coast Guard. They have a high esprit de corps. Because they are underfunded, there is lots of training because everyone has to learn everything. It's small. They don't get shot at as much as the infantry does.
LDS wrote:South of there the grass grows year around, so they stay busy.
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