All inclusive. Time off can become challenging, but it's frankly up to you to manage it. And you can take your dog to work.
health care, housing and travel
Healthcare services are very good, good pension.
You get great qualifications for the future and a decent pension
It is unevenly distributed. Those that pursue army initiatives such as buying own home near place of work are then comparatively penalised by posting away from that area, being unable to draw the benefits of service housing, or the schooling allowance for children.
Paid more for working overseas but home life can be affected due to the length of time you’re away
Great pension, free gym and healthcare. Reduced housing costs and travel. Opportunity for sport and adventurous training!
Leave, dental, housing, education, pension.
The overall benefits package is very good but it is often conflated with that of civilian employers. This can be used to influence younger soldiers to stay without understanding their true motivations. This form of transactional leadership is lazy and could be improved.
All the perks are slowly being taken away. The new 2015 pension is ridiculous, not enough manpower for too many jobs.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.