Civilian Job News: February 2009
Articles in This Issue
Hitachi Medical Systems America (HMSA) hires transitioning military for a variety of positions. Janet Farley uncovered what makes HSMA such a great company for veterans to work for and the career opportunities they offer.
Despite the shaky economy, there are industries hiring and they want to hire veterans. This article highlights four industries that are poised to grow in 2009.
The two keys to a successful transition from the military to a civilian career are being prepared and having money in the bank.
This rule doesn't just apply in the movie theater any more. Knowing when to speak and when to keep quiet can play an integral part in a winning interview.
The Career Coach's Corner sets out to decode the travel requirements of a job description.
A lack of character in the executive suite just might be part of the problem with Corporate America these days. Dr. Evan Offstein provides his unique insight on this issue so we can learn from others' mistakes.
Jessie Richardson recently wrote a blog post on the assessment tools available for job seekers looking to change careers. In this post, she reviews the O*Net Web site and explains how it can apply to transitioning military in their search for a civilian career.
It doesn't matter if you are 22 or 52, planning for your retirement is the best way you can insure your golden years are really golden. USAA provides some important advice on how to manage the financial roller coaster.
George Bernloehr reflects on an important Civilian Job News milestone.
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