Veteran transition and military separation news, advice and career resources for veterans.
You may be wondering how some of your military skills translate to life in the civilian sector. Here are a few examples and how to highlight them on your resume.
Higher pay with a costlier commute or relocation may tip the scales against an otherwise ideal position.
New legislation is quietly moving through Washington which would require service members to pay for a portion of their GI Bill benefits.
Wondering where your favorite program management tools originate? You can thank the US military for many tools, including the Gantt chart.
If you find yourself with a GI bill debt, you have several payment options. Here’s what they are.
If you’re transitioning from the military to civilian employment, a 401(k) and some of the terminology may be new to you. Here’s what you need to know.
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.
As a veteran, you may hear frequently that you’re a great fit for program management positions. But what does program management have to do with the military.
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.
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