Believe it or not, your military experience makes you more prepared than most for the civilian workplace.
The Department of Defense has been on a journey to celebrate diversity and ensure the safety and security of its military members.
Your experience and professional instinct should be your guide during an interview, but considering what’s behind these and other interview questions might enlighten in ways that could surprise you.
Don’t leave at the end of a 30-minute interview with questions unanswered. Keep the conversation going with these five ideas.
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If your work involves channeling your intellectual efforts to achieve positive outcomes, then consider applying these elements of a yoga practice the next time you’re dealing with a challenge – no yoga mat required.
Highlighting key elements of your military experiences on your civilian resume is crucial, but what if you’re unsure about what matters most to civilian employers?
Also known as core competencies or key competencies, professional competencies are briefly worded labels that reflect a professional’s ability to achieve mission outcomes.
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