A well-planned career transition can take you from one successful career path to another.
Many people question the value of goal-setting. Some believe goals don’t work. Others think that if you define a goal, you define your own limitation. None of that is true.
How is your summer bucket list coming? Suntan? Vacation? Reading a good book? Quitting your job?
Does the prospect of a video interview make you nervous? Don’t worry. With a little preparation, you can knock it out of the park.
Tips from the pros on how to prepare you and the family for the move, from education considerations to why you should stay informed with U.S. politics.
Intimidation may be keeping service members from the inspiration and creativity needed to consider a successful life after the military.
Be aware that employers are looking for competence and consistency. Review your resume with a critical eye and address perceived shortcomings.
The military version of an industry is an occupation, and the good news is that almost any military occupation has a civilian industry equivalent.
When an interviewer asks you this question, you’re probably thinking, “why in the world are you asking me that? I’m here interviewing so you can figure that out yourself!”
Open enrollment may provide an opportunity to practice gratefulness for insurance; however, if we’re being honest, it can also be a stressful season.
In the defense industry, contracts expire and jobs come and go. There are constant reductions in force and re-organizations. How do you get through these difficult times?
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