I'm assuming that if someone is asking this they are thinking of enlisting in the Marine Corps. Wise decision. The basic monthly pay for someone attending recruit trainig is 1203.90. This is for your first 4 months in any military service. After 4 months it goes up to 1301.40. This is assuming you come in as a Private and do not get any meritorious promotions in your contract or while in Recruit Training. All food, medical, dental and housing expenses are also paid for you. If you have no bills you can pocket the entire paycheck every month. A full version of the military pay tables is available online at http://www.dfas.mil/militarypay/2006militarypaytables.html. If you are stationed overseas you will also be paid a Cost of living Allowance because it costs more to live overseas. All services pay is based off the same chart so the pay will be the same in any service. I hope this answers your question.
Go to http://www.dfas.mil/militarypay/militarypaytables.html to see the current pay chart. -Joe
In another words, you work harder in the US Marines for no more pay than the Army. The reasons for joining the Marines is thus not purely financial because if it were, you would not be joining the Marines.
An areodynamical one can easily earn £40 000.
A Marine Corps officer doesn't make a great amount of money but there are other worthwhile rewards.
on average a marine biologist earns £1,153.84
Unfortunately, not much. My college transferred only 3 credits for Marine Corps boot camp.
between $33,000 and $93,000
Marine and is Capitalized. US Marine Corps Officer. If you are in it for the money your are choosing the wrong profession. You can google pay charts for military enlisted or officer.
To earn one stripe, you must serve for 4 years. And for every four years after that, you tack on a stripe
About £1,110 a week that is if you have a good job.
They earn about 1,000-2,000 per day. U do the math. Your welcome
you need absolutely no training what-so-ever to join the Marine Corps. The Marine Corps itself will provide any and all required training.