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If you want to have a better chance of getting a high paying job when you get out go with Human Resources Specialist. I was a Navy Corpsman. I am topped out at what I can do in the medical field. I don't do bad, but even I've been considering a career change and getting a degree in HR. I currently work at a new-jersey hospital and a lot of GS positions higher than mine are in HR. There are no GS jobs in Infantry....but I won't knock it if that is what you truly want. I guess the closest job would be law enforcement. But even some HR jobs pay more than that. (granted you will need to finish your education to get the better HR jobs...but they are there.) Note: I know I'm former Navy...I have respect for Army and Marine Infantry. They are the grunts. They carry the weight of the ground forces...just as a Seaman is the strength of the Navy...But it is hard work and nothing wrong with hard work. I just think that HR is a growing career field and if you qualify you will be getting an excellent set of marketable skills. Beleive it or not it pays more than some health care jobs. (those health care jobs which aren't licenced)
I have been an infantryman and an HR guy (in an infantry battallion). Surprising ly the HR job was pretty fulfilling. You get to solve a lot of problems for people. You need to decide: do you want to give you wife and kids the best life, or do you feel you need something more exciting and meaningful? If you are going to do HR, I'd do it in the Air Force if I was you. Since God has a sense of humor, you will probably be a human resources guy attached to an infantry battallion, like me. You will get promoted faster as an infantryman (especially up to E-5) but there it no telling whether you will make E-7 in 20 years. Frankly, with 90 credits, why not just finish college and go to OCS? If you want a desk job, why not get paid twice as much while you are at it?
I choose 42A,it did NOT come with a sign on but infantry is for 18-19 year olds. Your like me,you have kids and about the same age. Stick with 42A,you can help without getting your head blown off. I thought associate degree meant you could leave basic as an E-4 but I guess I could be wrong.
Infantry (both Army and USMC) is the HEART & SOUL of the entire military. it is the sole reason every other MOS and capability exist(with the exception of ICBMs and Subs which are strategic in nature) Do Infantry for a few years then switch to something else if you like. You will not regret it. There is a food chain in the Army and the Infantry sets at the top; you will see what I mean when you get in. Edit: I started in the Infantry as a 17 yo kid, re-enlisted for NBC Defense, was commissioned into the Field Artillery and I am now a Senior Human Resources Officer (I manage 42As)...but I have NO idea what I am talking about...LMAO
Marine Mom counsel here... Infantry is tough on the body...we are seeing muscularskeletal problems from carrying some much weight, tinnitus, vision problems, mild tbi and combat operational stress...when if combat ...and deplyed OIF/OEF Infantry can add years to your life...so if you are deployed infantry at 23 by the time you are back you can feel like 27 0r 28. It's a tough job. You have a wife and two children...and in my humble opinion, they come first. I have spoken with too many young wives, who have children that are caring for as well as their injured husband...and it is not a pretty sight. Do not think the branch of the military will take care of you if injured. They will not... Go for safety, go for security, go for the job market when you get out...because you might not stay in. Just my wisdom for being involved for 8 years...advocating for our post 9/11 servicemembers veterans, families, care givers and care providers.
My father-in-law was a 42 alpha for a long time (13 years or so). He got to do all kinds of things, from working at MEPS, administering tests like the asvab and dlab, and even taught JROTC for several years. It was a big decision for him to leave the army because he loved his job so much. Two years after he left, he hated the civilian work sector so much that he went back full time in the Guard. There are going to be opportunities in each job. Just weigh your options and research everything that the job could do for you. Then make a decision on what you think is best for you.
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