Networking is a critical component of a successful transition because your networking contacts are your supporters, mentors, advocates, advisors, and connectors.
Veterans leave the military with leadership skills, problem-solving abilities, and real-world experience that rival time spent in the corporate world.
Blogs are gaining popularity with job seekers for their simplicity of use, ability to share thought-provoking content, and ease of sharing with online networks.
Misuse that may warrant some form of adjudicative action commonly falls under one of the following categories.
Getting into civilian employment can be a struggle. The main problem veterans have is finding employers are who are considered “military friendly”.
Now that you’ve accepted the offer, it’s time to consider the other ways the new job may affect your personal life.
No matter how weird or crazy an interview situation gets, it is in your best interest to stay composed. Let’s take a look at three awkward scenarios.
If your resume contains any such Archie-like malapropisms, it’s sure to be memorable, but it won’t leave the lasting impression you’re shooting for.
What happens when the peer you’re paired with doesn’t carry his weight? What if his standards are distinctly different from your own?
There are always going to be aspects of separating or retiring from your military career you will find overwhelming and unfamiliar.