careers in the air force
Essay # 3
Careers In The Air Force
Most people image of the U.S. Air Force is pilots using high-tech aircraft to protect the United States in peacetime and wartime duties. That is inaccurate in today’s Air Force as described by Institute for Research (2006). There are many career opportunities in the Air Force, from administrative to training to medical to engineering types of careers. The Air Force offers positions for service through enlistment or officer’s program, as well as civilian employment. People who are looking for a work that will allow them to advance in their careers and continue their education can do real well with these opportunities in the Air Force. The Air Force offers a whole of advancement possibilities and training. The Air Force also offers excellent benefits and retirement programs, that can transfer real well into the civilian sector. Joining the Air Force may be just what you need to develop a lifetime career in which your ability to succeed is limited only by your willingness to work hard and continue learning.
The Air Force will not suit everyone. You do not have to sign your life away. It will probably take a couple of years to figure out if this is the right career path you want to take. The individual can learn valuable experience and expertise in your chosen field while learning more about how this organization works according to (Institute for Career Research, 2006). A lot of people find themselves working hands-on in their field with the opportunities to enhance their skills and knowledge. Base on my prior experience in the Air Force, it took me atleast two years to figure out if the career path I selected was right for me. If it wasn’t for me going to the Air Force back in the early 1990’s, I would not be in a position that I’m in now to succeed in life with my career and education goals.
It is never too soon to start a career...