• If you work as a housekeeper on a military base, what i the estimated clock in and clock out time?

    Best answer: What ever hours your employer agency sets. Probably during daylight hours though, say 8 to 5 with an hour off for lunch. There are NO standard fixed hours.
    Best answer: What ever hours your employer agency sets. Probably during daylight hours though, say 8 to 5 with an hour off for lunch. There are NO standard fixed hours.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Air Force Security Forces. Should I?

    I want to enlist in the Air Force and put Security Forces as one of my choices. Does anybody have more info on this job if you have been in it recently. I also plan on doing a 4 year contract so I can get my bachelors.
    I want to enlist in the Air Force and put Security Forces as one of my choices. Does anybody have more info on this job if you have been in it recently. I also plan on doing a 4 year contract so I can get my bachelors.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why don’t 20th century born people give us their careers (not jobs)?

    Best answer: Because they want all the money and want to keep the young as cheap labour as long as possible
    Best answer: Because they want all the money and want to keep the young as cheap labour as long as possible
    15 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Thinking of joining the military after college. Marines or Army?

    Best answer: Offhand, I'd go for the Marines. You ought to see a recruiter though, for the Army and for the Marines both. They will give you more information. You have to be in superb physical shape to get into the Marines. The recruiter will advise you on programs to get in better shape. I assume you are already in... show more
    Best answer: Offhand, I'd go for the Marines. You ought to see a recruiter though, for the Army and for the Marines both. They will give you more information.
    You have to be in superb physical shape to get into the Marines. The recruiter will advise you on programs to get in better shape. I assume you are already in good shape, or you wouldn't be looking into the Marines or the Rangers.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Would i be better off being a Correctional Officer or try my luck in California Highway Patrol?

    Well back when i was 19 (25 now) i joined the Army, i got the waiver for my eye site and went down to basic (FT Benning) which was the biggest mistake i feel i made ever because once i got to BRM, i could not see atleast pass 150 meters. It was all such a horrible process which stirred up alot of bs going back and... show more
    Well back when i was 19 (25 now) i joined the Army, i got the waiver for my eye site and went down to basic (FT Benning) which was the biggest mistake i feel i made ever because once i got to BRM, i could not see atleast pass 150 meters. It was all such a horrible process which stirred up alot of bs going back and fourth on who the blame was for me having bad eyes MEPS, 30th AG, Recruiters, Dr who gave the recommendation, Me. So i was found with Glaucoma and they chaptered me out 5-11 EPTS. I really wanted to be there so it really had me down forawhile. m doing security and someone came up to me with a CHP card and said i i'd do much better there and they need good guys on the force. Which really got me thinking real hard about it but im so afraid because of my eye sight. Which i can be corrected to 20/20 with a eye prescription glasses i have to change out every 6 months due to glaucoma & then their is something i think i could definitely do which is corrections but i rather not deal with grown adults being nagging children that need to be baby sitted really but other then that i know i can do that. Does anyone know anything about CHP or Corrections ?
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How much schooling dose one need to become a Dog Catcher? I hate dogs and want to send all dogs to dog jail?

    Best answer: It pays only $35,000 annual salary. There's an anticipated 5% growth rate in that job field in the next 10 years, less than 1,300 jobs available across the USA per year.
    https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/33-9011.00
    Best answer: It pays only $35,000 annual salary. There's an anticipated 5% growth rate in that job field in the next 10 years, less than 1,300 jobs available across the USA per year.
    https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/33-9011.00
    8 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What are some bad reasons for joining the military?

    I know like wanting to kill people is a really bad one but what are some others?
    I know like wanting to kill people is a really bad one but what are some others?
    7 answers · 2 months ago
  • In New Jersey, can a paid staff member of a non-profit organization, also be on the Board of Directors?

    Best answer: Yes, a person can hold two positions.
    Best answer: Yes, a person can hold two positions.
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • Sigh. Another Trump firing. what else is new and 1600 Dsyfunctional Ave?

    "Thomas P. Bossert is an American lawyer and Republican White House staffer, who served as Homeland Security Advisor to President Donald Trump until his resignation on April 10, 2018." WHOOPS! No more.
    "Thomas P. Bossert is an American lawyer and Republican White House staffer, who served as Homeland Security Advisor to President Donald Trump until his resignation on April 10, 2018." WHOOPS! No more.
    4 answers · 3 months ago
  • Why is the American working man having a hard time making ends meet while the government employees have everything?

    Best answer: An unlimited supply of our taxes.
    Best answer: An unlimited supply of our taxes.
    11 answers · 3 months ago
  • Am I CIA material...?

    Tried doing military but couldn’t join with medical issues. Dad is law enforcement but not sure if I wanna put up with those people.. I haven’t been able to figure out what else I want to do because I still prefer to serve somehow and I don’t want to be some accountant and sit at a desk all day. Between FBI and... show more
    Tried doing military but couldn’t join with medical issues. Dad is law enforcement but not sure if I wanna put up with those people.. I haven’t been able to figure out what else I want to do because I still prefer to serve somehow and I don’t want to be some accountant and sit at a desk all day. Between FBI and CIA, I know CIA is more secretive and I’m not good at public speaking so I was thinking CIA might be better.. I’m only 19 now and learned I need to be 21 and have a Bachelor’s Degree. I almost have an Associate’s Degree but only a 2.8 GPA and I read you need at least a 3.0.. According to friends and family I’m smart and I can be “sharp”, but when it comes to school I’m just not motivated because I don’t know what I want to do with my life. I was hoping I could join military and they could just use me where they need me.. I CAN easily be a straight A student, when I graduated high school I had 3.5 GPA, but if I don’t have motivation it’s a lot harder. Since I can’t figure out what I wanna do school seems pointless so I just don’t try as hard.. I would definitely be interested in foreign political affairs and if I start something I always finish. Even when looking at military people said make sure you get a job you can use when you get out, but I didnt see myself leaving. If someone needs something I drop everything and help them all I can. Main thing is I just don’t know if I have the “smarts” or not and if they’re only gonna look at GPA like some employers do...
    7 answers · 3 months ago
  • What do you do if you work in a council?

    Such as Harrow/ Westminster/ Ealing/ Islington/ Barnet/ Camden Council in London. I live and have connections with some of these places that I’ve mentioned. I was just wandering what you do if you work in a council and why you need a criminal background check before joining them.
    Such as Harrow/ Westminster/ Ealing/ Islington/ Barnet/ Camden Council in London. I live and have connections with some of these places that I’ve mentioned. I was just wandering what you do if you work in a council and why you need a criminal background check before joining them.
    9 answers · 4 months ago
  • What are some air force jobs that can help out with becoming an astronaut besides pilot?

    Best answer: Long gone are the days where astronauts were pilots. If you want to become an astronaut, become a scientist or an engineer. Biology, physics, advanced mathematics – these are the things that will get you into space because a guy whose only skill or even primarily skill is driving the vehicle that's giving the... show more
    Best answer: Long gone are the days where astronauts were pilots. If you want to become an astronaut, become a scientist or an engineer. Biology, physics, advanced mathematics – these are the things that will get you into space because a guy whose only skill or even primarily skill is driving the vehicle that's giving the ride, that doesn't cut it anymore. Astronauts nowadays are all scientists and engineers that have been given some pilot training as most of the piloting is preprogrammed and what's not done automatically is done from the ground because sending up a guy whose skill is driving is a waste of weight and space.

    By the way, NASA, SpaceX, and all the agencies and companies now putting astronauts into space, they're not recruiting their astronauts from the USAF. It's not the 60's. They're not looking for macho mavericks with "The Right Stuff." Astronauts are seasoned scientists with years of experience and with advanced degrees from top science and engineering universities like MIT and Caltech.
    7 answers · 4 months ago