Question by  Sky91 (25)

What are some non-military jobs?


Answer by  sususu (866)

Just about any job can be done without working for the military. If you're working in the private sector, then you're likely not working for the military.


Answer by  lylo (129)

Some entry level positions include food service at restaurants, janitorial jobs at office buildings or schools, direct care of individuals - whether children or adults who are infirm or have disabilities, or trucking jobs with proper training and certifications.


Answer by  prissymissy (1895)

There are lots of jobs out there for people that are not in the military. You can work as a police officer, at a supermarket, there are tons of options. It depends on what you are interested in and your education.


Answer by  skwiglez (641)

Everything else.. Retail, waitress, consulting, cashier, sales, mechanic, flight attendant, data entry, IT, artist, author, musician, tutor, instructor, electrician, plumber, cook, designer, engineer, driver, maid, personal assistant, sound engineer, factory worker, photographer, stylist, masseuse, seamstress, copywriter, nanny, babysitter, construction worker, secretary, magician, nurse, doctor, fast food person, printer, banker, accountant


Answer by  lgk (2426)

You can try seeing if there is a CDR near you. They make fiberglass utility boxes. You can also try calls centers, such as PRC, Sykes, and even directly for places like ADT and AT&T. Other things, fast food, but you ill not get paid much. Department stores, security officers, or you can go into the software industry.


Answer by  KAS (393)

Some non-military jobs are Nurse, Engineer, Attorney, Counselor, Dentist, Teacher and Accountant. These are civilian jobs that pay reasonably well.


Answer by  SMiller (79)

Teacher, recruiter, doctor, nurse, food service, mechanic, lawyer, paralegal, computer programmer, sales associate, human resources director, insurance sales, technical writer, engineer, electrician, carpenter, law enforcement officer, social worker, administrative assistant, counselor, veterinary technician, veterinarian, minister, web developer, telemarketer, reporter, advertising sales, marketing representative, quality control, custodian, security guard, courier, commercial driver


Answer by  MagicalTurd44 (1)

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