When faced with multiple job offers, how do you decide which offer is the best for you?
Select STEM students may receive extended Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits if new legislation gets passed.
If you’re a veteran you may be able to use the GI bill to pay for the GMAT, or even get the test requirement waived for certain master’s degree programs.
Under the newly approved blended retirement system a service member would collect a lump sum amount at retirement in exchange for either a 25% or 50% reduction in standard retirement pay until age 67.
A recent rash of for-profit school closures has some in Congress looking for ways to help the veterans affected.
New legislation is quietly moving through Washington which would require service members to pay for a portion of their GI Bill benefits.
If you find yourself with a GI bill debt, you have several payment options. Here’s what they are.
Don’t make the mistake of considering your GI Bill benefits ‘free.’ If you fail to manage your class schedule and payments Uncle Sam may come calling for an over-payment.
A GI Bill overpayment most frequently occurs when someone drops a class after the cut-off period. Here’s what you need to do.
Credentialing programs can be a great way to transition into a civilian career faster. Learn more about the programs available and how to apply.
Veterans have a variety of free education resources available. It’s worth taking advantage as you consider your civilian career options.
Depending upon your military MOS, you may find the best career match by obtaining a four-year degree before you transition.
Veterans exit the military with a variety of job skills. A new Rand Corporation report expands the job matches for each MOS and can be a great resourcing for those transitioning.
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