Which military branches would most likely have these jobs available?

My preferred military job choices in order: 1st. Human Intelligence Collector or Analyst 2nd. Human Resources Information Systems Management Specialist 3rd. Pharmacy Specialist Which military branches would most likely have each job available? Which job would have more job opportunities and job security for me outside the military aka Civilian life?

Asked By: Kira - 1/29/2011
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All but Marines have all three (Marines use the Navy for medical) but you have to talk to a recruiter to see which jobs are open
Answered By: D - 1/29/2011
Additional Answers (9)
Job availabilities are constantly changing, so your best bet is to talk to a recruiter. Recruiters should be able to tell you which jobs are at capacity and which ones are desperately in need of people. The military usually offer larger bonuses to people who go into a critically-manned career field... More
Answered By: natalie - 1/29/2011
The Army. Just plan on continuing your education after you get out. Military experience alone doesn't magically find you a job when you get out.
Answered By: Ray - 1/29/2011
I know for a fact the Army has the last 2. The Air Force might have them too Air Force is the better branch to make the transition to the civilian world. Army is more of the combat life while Air Force is more like civilian life Go to to see the army jobs..
Answered By: First L - 1/29/2011
All 3 jobs are offered in all 5 branches. There are a lot more opportunity in the military and a lot more job security especially. In the civilian world, an employer can fire you whenever the want to. In the military, they can't fire you unless you commit something felony level or do very poorly.
Answered By: Justin Tsai - 1/29/2011
ARMY! ARMY! ARMY! See a recruiter on Monday!
Answered By: Melvyn Malibog V - 1/29/2011
All branches will have them except the Marines. The Marines have the first two, but not Pharmacy Specialist.
Answered By: J D - 1/29/2011
The Navy, Air Force, Army, and Coast Guard will have all of those jobs. The Air Force is most likely to have those available, they're actively seeking more people in the medical field especially... More
Answered By: sandshark222 - 1/29/2011
The Army.
Answered By: Prof.James - 1/29/2011
You need to go talk to several recruiters figure out what else you want besides those jobs! Don;t let anyone pressure you into anything you don't want! The jobs they are in the most need for have the highest bonuses! Which means more of a choice when it comes to duty stations and stuff!
Answered By: stroud09 - 2/6/2011
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