Young women are not sure they can successfully complete basic training when they consider a career in the Canadian Armed Forces, and think they are committing for life, says Elizabeth Hardy. But neither of these are true, she said, when in reality nine out of 10 women pass basic training, and many do better than the men. A short-term career is also possible. Ms. Hardy is the senior lead of behavioural insights team at the Privy Council Office's
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