With all the value that comes from a military background for a civilian position, it is vital to remember that not ALL value comes from a military background. Understand five areas where a military background is NOT a good guide to the new civilian role.
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The central part to interviewing for military veterans is to tell a compelling, understandable, and entertaining story that shows what you did, why you did it, what you accomplished, and how that experience will help the company achieve their objectives.
Part Four: 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.
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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.