Originally posted by FliteSurgn
If you enter into a good-faith agreement with another party, but that agreement was made on false premises then I think that you have a legitimate and honorable right to stand up for yourself. In fact, I think that you'd be fool if you didn't.
Originally posted by Andrew_Doan
I still think it is the candidate who is to blame for their ignorance. For instance, it's clearly stated in my contract that Navy HPSP grads are expected to be GMOs unless in the rare instances where some are allowed to do residencies. People need to stop blaming the recruiters because they don't know all the answers; however, the answers are in the contract and on the internet. People need to do their homework before signing on the dotted line and stop blaming other people.