Question: Why do military recruiters lie?

This is a lie that recruiters tell you to get you to sign into an open or high demand field. While there are some jobs that provide you with skills you need to have a great civilian career, some jobs do not have an equivalent at all. This is something to consider when you do not plan to spend 20 year in the Military.

Are recruiters allowed to lie?

By and large, recruiters are honest and upfront with job seekers and many genuinely care about every candidate. However, recruiters do sometimes lie. The most common recruiter lies are usually well-intentioned and largely innocuous.

Can you sue a Military recruiter for lying?

A recruiter who encourages you to lie has violated his/her own service regulations and can be prosecuted for violation of a regulation under Article 92 of the UCMJ.

Do all Military recruiters lie?

shows. Unfortunately, some (perhaps even many) recruiters do lie. Obviously its a detestable thing to give misleading information just to help your sales numbers, especially when its a substantial stretch of a recruits life that may result in him or her in a combat environment.

How long is boot camp for the Navy?

approximately seven weeks Recruit training, or boot camp, will be approximately seven weeks long. The goal of this training is to transform you from a civilian into a Sailor with all of the skills necessary to perform in the fleet.

How do you let a recruiter know you are no longer interested?

How to Tell a Recruiter You Are Not Interested in a PositionClearly state that you want to withdraw your name from the candidacy. “After much consideration and research, I just dont see this as a long-term place for me.” “Im happy where I am and am not looking to leave.” Give a brief explanation. Show some gratitude.More items •Mar 25, 2021

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