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

Conquering the Federal Employment Battle

By Bruce Benedict Finding federal employment often feels overwhelming and confusing. However, in just a few easy steps (called Phases/Objectives in Battlefield Resume Methodology), you can be on your way to a federal job. In order to decipher the federal Continue reading

Resume Tips for Vets

By Sarah Landrum The most recent jobs report shows a mixed economic picture: Stagnant wages are a troubling hurdle, but employees are returning to work. The numbers for veterans are painted in similar shades of grey: They boast a higher Continue reading

5 Military Jobs That Translate to the Advanced Manufacturing Industry

You couldn’t 3D print a better match: veterans with a variety of military experiences make great manufacturers By Margaret Clevenger for Get Skills to Work The advanced manufacturing industry can’t find enough skilled workers to fill its reportedly hundreds of Continue reading

LinkedIn: A Full Profile is a Happy Profile

A full profile is a happy profile that will help you get noticed. Here are tips for making your LinkedIn profile professional, searchable, and loaded with the skills you bring to the table: 1. Include a photo to add credibility Continue reading

An Interview with the Son of a Soldier

Son of a Soldier is a gripping new book written by author Eddie Williams, a West Point graduate and former U.S. Army Airborne Ranger and Green Beret. This book is about his amazing life and family secrets, describing his struggle Continue reading

6 Military Traits that Transfer to Business Leadership

By James R. Lint  Many of the leadership traits learned in the military are as applicable in the business world as they are in one’s personal life. While no single one could be considered the best, all contribute to a well-rounded Continue reading

Spring Clean Your Job Search in 4 Critical Areas

Spring is finally here! It’s the time we deep clean the house, de-clutter the storage room, and organize the garage. Why not also use this time for cleaning up and revitalizing your job search? It’s the perfect time to refresh Continue reading

Do You Have the Right Credentials for the Civilian Job You Seek?

During your transition from the military, you need to take stock of what skills you have and what skills you need for the civilian career you are targeting. It may make sense for you to pursue a certificate or earn Continue reading

Identifying Your Skills and Strengths in the Workplace

What skills that you acquired in the military are most relevant to the civilian job market? What other skills do you possess which may or may not be related to your work in the military? Do you need to acquire Continue reading