I will be starting PA school next Siring. I intended on joining the military after schools, but it seems that it is not that easy to do. After graduating, if that doesn’t work out, I intend to go back to PA. I know my graduation is roughly three years away, but how is the new-grad job market in PA, more specifically in the Northeast. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area mainly.
I’m starting PA school next May. My plan the entire time was to direct commission into the military when I graduated, but now I’m not so sure if it’s possible. (Commissioning after PA school, not with a scholarship such as the HCSP). Every time I try to research it, I find so much conflicting information. Some people say that you can direct commission right out of PA school. Some people say you need 1-2 years of experience. Some people say they take a bunch of direct commissions every year. Some people say they only take 1-2 per year in certain branches. I’m mainly interested in the A