Questions and Answers about British Army

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Why did you leave your job at British Army?

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Education time restrictions

Answered - Reserve (Former Employee) - Bristol, Bristol

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Medical discharged

Answered - Airborne Gunner and Driver (Former Employee) - Colchester, Essex

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Pension makes it not worth it anymore, No Operational Tours, Wanted better work/life balance, Treated like a child.

Answered - Lance Corporal (Former Employee) - Warminster

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Wished to return to civilian life

Answered - Royal Engineer (Former Employee) - Ripon, North Yorkshire

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Medical discharged

Answered - LOG SPEC (Former Employee) - Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire

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To pursue better prospects

Answered - Rifleman (Former Employee) - Northern Ireland

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I am a dedicated, organised and professional worker. I am very loyal and after five years of military service, I am looking for another organisation I can commit to. I enjoy being outside in the fresh air and keeping fit. One of my current goals as part of my transition back to civilian life is to maintain my fitness levels and a job that helps with this would be ideal. I value fairness, respect and the opportunity to do a good, honest job.

Answered - Driver Communications Specialist (Current Employee) - Dalton Barracks Abingdon

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Because it was safer for my mental and physical health

Answered - Soldier/Driver (Former Employee) - Barry

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Was no longer enjoying the job and was looking for a new challenge

Answered - Infantry Soldier (Current Employee) - Garrison

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No job rolls up north

Answered - Lance Corporal (Former Employee) - Preston, Lancashire

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