The British Army
Happiness score is 65 out of 100
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  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Link
    The British Army website
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Technical support specialist (TSS REME) in United Kingdom
on 13 May 2022
Great Place To Work
Pay is good, loads of extra perks like extra time off, adventurous training, travel, high street discounts and tickets for troops plus subserdised housing if you're married. Make friends for life and loads of opportunity to develope professionally. Has good core values and ethos. Promotion is quick in certain trades and most courses completed for promotion are civillian recognised. Overall a great place to work and a great career can be achieved.
Infantry Soldier in Cyprus
on 5 May 2022
70% chance you will regret it
lied to all the time, double standards, treated like a child, just a number, zero respect, cult in disguise, pay is well below average, they brainwash you, heavily under manned so they let anyone join
Infantry Soldier in Blackpool, Lancashire
on 4 May 2022
Fun place to work
Good place to work but hard work. Meet great people and good for travelling around the world. Can be hard work at time and your bosses can be hard to work for
Soldier in England
on 1 May 2022
The army provides a very good lifestyle. The army provide Very good benefits. You get to travel the world and aldo good adventure training. I think it is something everyone should do.
British Army in Pirbright
on 28 April 2022
It’s the army
You know when you start the process what to expect and as long as you meet those expectations you’ll fit in great best job I’ve ever had and would love the opportunity to return when I’m able

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Fitness related mostly.

Shared on 15 February 2019

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Shared on 3 December 2018

They ask about your background including previous work and hobbies. A lot of your interview will be them telling you about the selection process. They may also ask you about the job that you desire within the Army, so learn about training locations and the day to day job.

Shared on 23 November 2018

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