Sunday, August 23, 2015

Royal Navy submarine sailors quitting as there is no internet and Social Media Network when underwater

The internet and addiction to Facebook has created serious dilemma for the British Navy to find recruits for its submarine fleet as sailors are unwilling to tolerate the isolation of underwater life. 

Since submarine remains submerged for almost 90 days, the sub-sailors are reported to be quitting as they have to stay away from internet, Twitter and Facebook for such a long blackout time.

The consultants helping recruits says people now want better work life balance. The feeling of being "disconnected" from the world wide web and Twitter is actually a significant barrier to recruiting young people.

It may be added that 1,740 sailors have quit early in the last 12 months,  higher rate than in the Army or RAF.


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