Job Search Networking – Part 1: Types and Tips

Networking is essential to a successful job search. It is estimated that 70% of jobs are found through networking. Growing your network and connecting to those who can help will increase the opportunities for job leads, advice, and support in Continue reading

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Job Search Networking – Part 2: Connect with Fellow Veterans

As a military veteran, one of your greatest resources is your fellow veterans. They are a nationwide network that has a common interest and that looks out for one another. Make it a priority to connect with other veterans through Continue reading

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Transition Infographic & Survey

Military-Transition.org’s infographic provides some unique insights about the transition process. Visit their website for more statistics and insights and to be part of their ongoing transition survey – www.Military-Transition.org Reposted with permission from the Military-Transition.org website: http://www.military-transition.org/infographic.html The Military-Transition.org Survey Continue reading

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Write to Influence! — Powerful Writing Changes Lives! Part 2

By Carla D. Bass, Colonel, USAF (Ret) Last month, I promised some tips on how to make each word count and every second of the reader’s time play to your advantage. I teach my students (professionals already in the workforce) Continue reading

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How to Write a Strong Professional Summary for Your Resume

By Sarah Landrum If you’re a military veteran who is now making the transition into the civilian workforce, there’s a good chance you’ve already experienced a few bumps in the road. Whereas you’re probably used to constant communications and instant Continue reading

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Some Veterans Transition to an Employee Status and Others Take the Entrepreneurial Road. And You?

By Marc Mendelman Transitioning to civilian life is like starting things from scratch again. You are uncertain of what path to choose and, most of all, what opportunities you have at your disposal. Let us make it easier for you Continue reading

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Resume Top Tips

A good resume advertises your qualifications and shows your value to prospective employers. Be sure it not only captures your key skills and accomplishments, but also illustrates what you can do for their company. Here are a few of our Continue reading

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Good Things Come to Those Who Follow Up

Are you eagerly awaiting a phone call or email after submitting a job application or attending an interview? As my mom often said, “Don’t hold your breath.” You’re better off taking the initiative to follow up and see where you Continue reading

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Get a Job Search Advantage by Journaling

Keeping a job search journal will yield valuable benefits and can be a great advantage to your search. It may sound time-consuming or mundane, especially if you don’t enjoy writing. But a journal can provide structure and organization to your Continue reading

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Top 10 Picks of Free Military Transition Resources

With so many military transition resources available, how do you know which ones to use? We could give you an exhaustive list of all the free veterans’ resources out there, but to save you some time we’ve chosen our top Continue reading

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