This is part three in a series on military-to-civilian transition.
Part Two: There were many things I wish I knew going into the process of my own journey into the civilian workforce. The following is my advice for a career-planning checklist for those leaving active duty or for military veterans who are looking for a new career or opportunity.
If you could see into the future, which job markets would make sense for the long-term? Do you know where to look in order to find clues about your career outlook?
Part One: Planning a career transition from the military to civilian world is hard, but it is far from impossible. Follow this process to identify your goals, create a robust career transition plan, create a personal network, and discover opportunities for your future.
Check out these travel tips with Emmett Ervin.
When 19 days of business travel needs to be more in order to meet your financial needs, you get good at managing your time and money. See how one international business traveler does it!
If you could wave a magic wand what type of business would you launch and why?
Networking is one of the most important steps for the job search and a military-to-civilian career transition. I surveyed some friends and colleagues on when to start networking, best practices to do and best practices to avoid. Check out the results!
Working the company booth at a conference has many benefits. Check out this list for insights.
Help make everything work between a civilian career and a career in the Guard & Reserve. Follow these six tips to manage time better, advance your career, and protect your income.