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For the  nearly 360,000 U.S. veterans who leave military service each year, many experience a period of unemployment. Some veterans struggle to transition from a military career to the corporate, civilian world. This leaves their resume showing a substantial break in employment. Their resume may be dominated by several short-term or unrelated jobs on either side of their military service. Meanwhile, other veterans have gaps in...
Each industry, company, and team communicate with each other in a particular “language” that separates their culture from that of their competitors while relating to their target audience of clients, investors, media, etc. Their internal narrative, tone, phrasing, and messaging are what make a company’s language unique. Language is a Factor A key part of a job search is understanding the company language. As a veteran...
Ask anyone from executives to cashiers and they will tell you that one of the most nerve-wracking times of their life was the day they were interviewed for their job. There is something about the job interview that always brings fear to our hearts instead of excitement and determination. There is something about being on that hot seat that turns the best of us into a sweating, rambling mess. However, it doesn't have to be that way. Yes,...
When you’re on your way to make the transition from the military to the civilian sector, things are not easy for you. Everything is different. You were used to discipline. You had things planned. Now, people tell you to relax. When you attend an interview, the hiring managers want part of your personality. “Military” behavior can make you look stiff. How do you pass a job interview when you’re competing against more...