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Should I join the Air Force or stick with UPS?

Im 20yo guy and Im having trouble deciding if I should join the Air Force or stick with my job at UPS. I initially wanted to work for UPS to become a driver but Im starting to become more and more bored with surroundings(work, school, friends ect) and im thinking of joining the air force. I can be a driver at UPS when I turn 21 and by the time im 23 I will be making around $75,000 just to deliver packages(easy but bland). On the other hand I could join the AF and see the world but Im worried when I get out, I will have nothing to fall back on and dont want to waste 4 yrs of my life and end up where I started, with exception of a little bit of traveling and maybe some lifelong friends. Plus the jobs Im interested in are basically dead end in the civilian world(aircraft mehanic) and security forces which would leave me sitting on my ass 12hrs a day. What would you do?

Asked By: HeartBreaker - 3/29/2011
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Couple of ways you can look at this...You can stick it out with UPS become a driver and in a few years be making that 75k you're talking about. But from friends that I have who work or have worked for UPS worked for them on average 5 years before they became a driver. Now that was 15 to 20 years ago and the ones who... More
Answered By: coolsuavekid - 3/29/2011
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Stick with UPS.
Answered By: I Like Men Now - 3/29/2011
 
If you do as your told, keep your health, which outfit can you be laid off from? UPS? USAF? Which one has a more secure future, with free training, free medical, free housing, free food, chance to travel (and get paid at the same time... More
Answered By: Donald - 3/29/2011
 
Wasting your life? No way. UPS would be wasting your life. Joining the Air Force gives you travel experiences, free college education, and good thing to put on your resume. Air Force is very technical, you work with a variety of computers/electronics, therefore that gives you another option upon getting out. If you're... More
Answered By: Teazure - 3/29/2011
 
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