Introduction: The present research aimed to verify the attitudes and tendency of adolescents to military career of their parents. Method: 885 adolescent girls and boys completed a teacher-made questionnaire concerning the psycho-social characteristics of military parents' job. Results: Welfare, wellbeing, eminent and famous were more important in adolescents' opinion. The high correlations were found between physical dangerous and job hazards, job hardiness and aggression at work and feeling of honor and work achievement. In addition, comparing to other groups, 16-20 year old adolescents had the lowest tendency to military career. In sum, it was found that one fifth of subjects tended to military career. Conclusion: Results are in agreement with some previous results and reflected either the burnout or satisfaction of parents' job.