When it comes to financial benefits, the Navy amounts to much more than a competitive paycheck. Like significant tax incentives. Retirement income. And, of course, comprehensive health-care coverage.
The best part of the Navy's benefits where housing allowance, medical and dental coverage. Life insurance was reasonably priced and acceptable to include education benefits while serving and retiring with the Montgomery GI bill and post 9/11 GI bill benefit.
The best things Paid vacation, paid holidays, the vacation is more than a normal civilian job and you have free medical and dental benefits as well.
Medical and Dental and they take care of the Sailors
Best: Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental and Vision Insurance, VA Benefits for Housing/Education/VOTECH, 30 days PTO, Travel, Housing, Retirement Plan
Medical coverage for yourself and your family is awesome!
relationship between military position and civilian position correlation and pick something you can use after volunteer commitment is up
When you get to travel the world and get an education and every bit of training can convert to college credit along with all of your time and growth too, along with medical benefits and retirement. I cannot see where anyone would go wrong serving in the Worlds Finest service the United States Navy.
Best: 2.5 days paid time off a month Worst: Healthcare quality
Terrible healthcare which makes it a hassle to take care of the little things, but great for larger issues and surgeries one needs
Only thing good about the navy is the people. The worst thing about it is the people too.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.