People go on “job searches” when they are looking for employment. Job searches usually include searching for jobs on the internet, in newspapers, or in-person.
When you come in for an interview, they’ve already determined you meet the qualifications. In the interview, they want to know if you’re a good fit for the company and team.
A great tool for your transition preparation and enabling your ability to know yourself is the Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis tool.
Having an Internet presence in today’s career world is no longer a luxury – it is a must.
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?
A headline in the San Francisco Chronicle cautions that perfect job pitch you see on LinkedIn is probably a fake.
Having an online presence when transitioning into the civilian job market is no longer a luxury, it is a necessity. Part of your online presence should be your personal SEO.
Here are some off the-beaten-path traits that may help you land an extraordinary hire.
The keys to a successful job search are vision, preparation, timing and attitude. They’re also four areas you may be screwing up without realizing it.
Don’t wait until you’re out of the military to start working on your civilian career. Take these three steps before you transition.
If you neglect to write a letter for a job that doesn’t explicitly state “no cover letters please,” you’ve significantly lowered your chance of landing an interview.
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