When Armed Forces members transition from service back to normal everyday-life.
In this part on our series on Military Occupational Specialties and security clearances, we look at the Marine Corps.
To help you prepare for life after the military, here are five questions you should ask before you separate from service.
Intimidation may be keeping service members from the inspiration and creativity needed to consider a successful life after the military.
In this article, we sample some Army Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) jobs that require holding a security clearance.
“Garden Leave” describes the practice of an employee leaving a job and agreeing to stay away from work during a specified period of time, while still remaining on the payroll.
Not all security clearances are created equally, and not every military job requires a security clearance.
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 students decide to go to graduate school, they are faced making choices in several different areas, like degree type, school choice and paying for school.
Not all military personnel or civilian military contractors will be granted a security clearance. So, who is required to have security clearance?
You have identified two of the three choices you need to make after the military: career and degree. The only one left is choosing a school that offers the degree you need.
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