You get a job! You get a job! Everyone gets a job! Well, that's the case if you want to work at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in one of many positions being offered right now.\nThey are currently looking for some motivated new members who are ready to make a difference in both local communities and "on the national and international stage," according to the RCMP.\nThe police force also took to Twitter to share the news as well as list some of the many positions being offered.\n"You name it, we got it," the tweet read.\nEditor's Choice: Tim Hortons Is Throwing It Back To 1964 With 6-Packs Of Donuts For Less Than $1\n\nWhat are the positions? \nAre you ready to join the almost 18,500 police officers of the RCMP? If so the positions being offered right now range in nature, from front-line duty, police dog services, international peace operations to national security.\nAlthough the website does not go into detail about each position being offered specifically it does say that of the 150 different types of career opportunities to choose from at the RCMP, the ones mentioned have openings that need to be filled soon. \n\nWhat are the requirements? \nUnsurprisingly there are actually a ton of requirements in order to meet the eligibility of the job, per their website.\nTo snag employment in the armed forces, every candidate must be at least 18 years of age, be a Canadian citizen or have a permanent residence status and have a secondary school diploma. \nYou must also meet their health and psychological standards, visions and hearing standards and physical ability standards. \nAll applicants must be prepared to carry a firearm and be willing to spend 26 weeks at the RCMP training academy.\nLastly, if this position is right for you you must also be willing to relocate anywhere in Canada.\n\nHow much does entry-level pay?\nWhile you train to become an RCMP member you can expect $525 dollars a week for your 26-weeks of training.\nThe police force will also cover your stay, uniform, training courses, and insurance during your stay at the academy.\nHere's the catch, if a cadet leaves or is fired during training or the two years after the academy, RCMP could ask you to pay them back. \nOnce successful, an applicant can expect to make $53,144 as a constable.\n"Usually, within 36 months of service, your annual salary will have increased incrementally to $86,110," their website also states.\nIf any of these jobs are of interest, you can apply on their website.