Thursday, 5 June 2008

Traffic wardens get paid more than soldiers on the frontline

In the UK, more than 20,000 personnel left the Forces last year, many citing the poor salary as their reason. The lowest paid soldiers are on just £12,572 a year while traffic wardens receive a basic salary of £17,000. Servicemen and women were given a pay rise of just 2.6 this year. Still questioning why the join the private military industry?

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