Given this unpromising context, Business Week reports that the army will spend more money on recruitment ads next year, about $320m up from $240m this
August 17, 2005

Given this unpromising context, Business Week reports that the army will spend more money on recruitment ads next year, about $320m up from $240m this year. As it helpfully points out this amounts to $4,000 per recruit if the army signs up 80,000 next year - more than twice what Toyota spends to woo a new customer....read on

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