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November / December 2012

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The Top 40 Under 40 Military Class of 2012 is Announced

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Esprit de corps, combined with a determination to assume roles of leadership and compassionate service, centrally define the Top 40 Under 40 Military honorees in 2012. Each year, gives a nod to military service members that are set apart from the rest. Again this year, the slate of nominees didn’t disappoint.

Review the bios of the Top 40 Under 40 Military at the following links:






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Playing to Win - Where military job seekers fit on the team

“In the civilian world, the best performing organizations have a participative environment,” says Kim Davis, who heads up the Veteran’s Initiative program at the Cleveland, Ohio-based coaching firm, CareerCurve. But the civilian version of teamwork isn’t always parallel to what veterans experienced in the military. Find out how you can fit on the team.

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A dozen steps to military job fair success

Picture this: Gathered together at a central location are two distinct groups of people. On one side of the curtain are dozens of job seekers. On the other side are representatives of organizations with hundreds of jobs to fill. It's a job fair!

Maximize your odds of success at a job fair by keeping these 12 important points in mind.

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Military Spouse Series: Trust the high five Cs when you transition out of the military

A command team. That’s what you’re a part of when you are married to someone in uniform. You may not wear any rank, but never doubt for a minute that you’re an integral member of the command team. Your role is important all the time. Find out why in this article.

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Ask the Recruiter

What questions do your peers have about the military transition and job search process? Here is this month's question:

Q: In my last interview, I was asked two questions that I found difficult to answer: 1) “How will your military experience assist in this new job?” and 2) “Why have you decided to leave the military after 10 years?”

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Southern Company Pledge to Veterans

As a leading U.S. producer of electricity, Southern Company is leading the way in providing military veterans employment in the energy sector. Read more about their commitment to veterans here.

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