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July 25, 2012
In our past economic crisis one of the industries that was hit the hardest was manufacturing. Many jobs were lost and the government even intervened in some aspects to help keep the industry afloat. However, as the economy recovers, job growth in the manufacturing sector has begun to rebound.
July 25, 2012
Re-entering the job force after time in service is often tough. What do you want to do with your life now? This is a daunting question and it takes a lot of thought before deciding. However, it’s possible to cut through some of that anxiety by focusing on one major industry and the one that caters best to ex-military is manufacturing.
February 3, 2012
Long-term goals are essential for everyone with career aspirations and military veterans are no exception to this. It is crucial to set short-term and long-term goals for yourself as part of your plan for life after the military. Otherwise, you could find yourself out of the military with no job or career path in sight. This lack of planning makes the transition that much more difficult to adapt to, so the best thing to do is to set both short and long-term goals for your post-military life.
February 3, 2012
If you have recently left the military and are hunting for a new career path, there are certain obvious industries that are likely to hire veterans of the armed forces. Security firms and government contractors are some of the most obvious hiring industries but what about other, less obvious industries like communications and finance?
February 3, 2012
Once you have decided that after your military service you'd like to transition into civilian life, you need to decide on a career path. Transitioning isn't the easiest thing to do, but with solid, goal-oriented planning, you can make it as smooth as possible. Once the decision has been made, then it's time to act and apply for the jobs that interest you and that you're most qualified for. But what are these jobs?
February 3, 2012
So, you've done your duty and served your country, but now it's time to leave the military. What happens next? This is a common question for those transitioning from the military and the process can be hectic. To reduce the stress of moving from one stage of life into another, it helps to be ready. Being prepared when you leave active duty is crucial to a smooth transition back into the civilian world. This requires some prior thought and planning as to what you'd like to do and where you see your life heading after your service.
February 3, 2012
Transitioning from military service to the civilian work can be difficult for many making the transition. Approaching this transition with motivation and confidence is a must. Luckily, military training has prepared you do manage time, work and stress and has made you a perfect fit for the civilian workforce. Here are a few areas military training is perfect for civilian work.
February 3, 2012
It’s likely if you’re transitioning from military service to civilian work that you’ll be bringing with you years of highly trained experience and accomplished work. What makes transitioning difficult is that civilian employers many times don’t understand military experience and accomplishments and how they are beneficial to their company. Having a resume that explains your work experience, training and accomplishments is must.
February 3, 2012
Transitioning from military service to civilian employment isn't alwasy easy. Although it's often a positive experience for those we work with, transitioning comes with its own, unavoidable headaches. Here are a few of the top transition headaches you can expect when making the change.