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Security services in Poland - high divorce rates support argument for early retirement


Varsovian 92 | 634
17 Jul 2013 #1
Most of my acquaintances in the security services seem to be either divorced, getting divorced or already on their second marriages.

Is it the stress, the macho barracks mentality, the time spent away from home in mixed sex company (especially on extended surveillance jobs) or a mixture of all of these? For example, someone close to me has done over 10 years' service but will probably have to carry on working after his planned retirement date because he has to pay for his women.

That said, while I understand (support?) early retirement (or desk jobs) for frontline agents, I can't for the life of me see any justification for this privilege being extended to secretaries and librarians. That's completely beyond me - actually it strikes me as a hangover from the bad old days when the Communists needed to have a rock solid support base.
jon357 71 | 20,410
17 Jul 2013 #2
Most of my acquaintances in the security services seem to be either divorced, getting divorced or already on their second marriages.

It's all that time they spend with Pu$$y Galore and Miss Moneypenny.
OP Varsovian 92 | 634
18 Jul 2013 #3
Your comment sums you up.
smurf 39 | 1,981
18 Jul 2013 #4
It's all that time they spend with Pu$$y Galore and Miss Moneypenny.

Hahaha

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