Civilian Job News:
July / August 2011
Sponsored by: Waste Management
Articles in This Issue
Young and (already) retired - How to leverage your military experience if you’ve rarely - if ever - worked in the civilian world.
No doubt you’ve worked, and worked hard, in the military. But when trying to remember everything you accomplished over that time, you may have a tendency to sell yourself short. This article will help make sure you don’t underestimate your applicable skills.
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Hire your employer? I thought they were hiring me! Heidi Russell Rafferty explains that if you prepare to “hire your employer”, it will make you a more attractive job candidate.
Article Sponsored by: CSX
Possibly the single biggest decision you will make when you leave the military is, “Where do I want to live?” Nothing can give you more options for jobs than having geographic flexibility. But how do you finally decide? Tom Wolfe suggests a good method.
Article Sponsored by: Snap-On Tools
Summer is a great time to “sweat in the sun”. This applies to both the fun outdoor activities we participate in as well as when we are working on our job search. Civilian Job News' publisher, Bill Basnett discusses this topic in his letter to readers.
Article Sponsored by: URS
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