Her Majesty's Armed Forces
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Her Majesty's Armed Forces Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    51 to 200
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 118 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Military

Soldier
£22,795 per year
Infantryman
£20,827 per year
Commander
£27,247 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 1K reviews and is evolving.

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HM Forces in World wide
on 21 April 2021
Best job in the world
Must give it a go. But if you are a ***** forget it.get to see the world do assortment of sports plenty of time to your self. Learn lot of new skills all for the future. Will get real job satisfaction and belive in qhat you are doing. Getting out of bed in the morning will not be a task any more as you have a purpose to life and a good career we're ay one can climb the ladder in fact you will be help along this path. Do it now now now now now
Transport Manager/Driver in World wide
on 2 April 2021
Productive
If I could turn the clocks back I would do it all again if I had the chance . I would probably do things slightly different, but I would join up again. It is one big family even after you come out.
Sergeant in London
on 14 February 2021
Hands on, exciting, each day is different.
A very exciting and worthwhile experience. Lots of travelling. Very hard work at times.A very enjoyable experience. All kinds of sport is available to each and everyone.
Regimental catering warrant officer in All over
on 4 February 2021
Exciting and engaging career
I spent 24 years in HM Army, all of which were challenging but very rewarding. A decent pay and pension rate and very good annual leave entitlement.Very good care both to employee and the family. Varied work in areas all over the UK and the world.Great promotion opportunities can't training.
Comms operator / Cheshires / and Paras in Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire / Lichfield / Brize Norton /. various
on 16 January 2021
Para trooper HM Forces
- no two days were the same - training is the hardest, but then you go on operations... - it never ends - you go from human to glorified pack mule (I felt like) -suited to strong core strength and cardio masters not your heavy weight lifters - you are no longer a 'normal person' you are now privately owned by her majesty (and your superiors) you will become a 'PTE' (Private). - very good crack with the lads (a good laugh with your work colleagues - the best crack / laughs) - very very very difficult. Then you go on P COY and you learn what hard truly is... - when you get your maroon beret and wings, you feel like a super hero and it was all worth it. -you learn about respect and you will respect people more. - you develop an amazing sense of humour -you learn not to take things so seriously - you learn that those 'not so nice' problems you thought you had in your 'civvy life (thats you normal life) ' are nothing compared to the issues you will face. -character building-good team work development skills - I GRADUATED FROM normal human being to an elite... to now an old has been (currently out back to civvy life :-)
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