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#1
Hello,
just a quick question.
Financially speaking I cant afford to join the army dispite it ticking every box for me.

Is the low training wage a common factor for recruiting problems and how long would I be on this wage before it bumps up to a more managable wage (above £16,000).
 
#2
Hello,
just a quick question.
Financially speaking I cant afford to join the army dispite it ticking every box for me.

Is the low training wage a common factor for recruiting problems and how long would I be on this wage before it bumps up to a more managable wage (above £16,000).
That depends on what job your going for?
 
#3
Hello,
just a quick question.
Financially speaking I cant afford to join the army dispite it ticking every box for me.

Is the low training wage a common factor for recruiting problems and how long would I be on this wage before it bumps up to a more managable wage (above £16,000).
What recruiting problems? The armys nearly full and will soon be reducing in size as a result of the SDSR. A quick search of these forums will reveal a lot of guys waiting up to a year for start dates. What paper do you work for?
 
#4
The low training wage shouldn't matter - they won't let you join if your outgoings are over £250. I had to move out my rented house in order to join.

Edit: I'm not married, so this applied to me.
 
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