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According to the CDC, one in four adults live with a disability in the U.S. Yet people with disabilities are severely underrepresented in American elected office. While there are a handful of politicians with disabilities serving on the national level, many of us don’t know of any in our state or local governments.  There’s only one way that representation of disabled individuals can improve: by those with disabilities...
If you have been working in military service for years, you probably have a vague understanding of what it’s like to find a civil job. Therefore, after quitting or retiring military career, a person is in a lost. How to apply for the jobs to get hired? Where to find jobs that are suitable for ex-military people? How to create a CV and what information to include to it? You will be surprised to know that ex-military service people...
Question: I attended a transition seminar and was advised to expand my network by connecting online with as many people as possible. I’ve sent out many connection invitations but have received only a few acceptances. Can you tell me what I’m doing wrong? Answer: While having a large network of contacts is valuable when transitioning and building your civilian career, the quality of your network is more important than...