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November / December 2013

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The Top 40 Under 40 Military Class of 2013

military personnel and veterans

They are MBA students, entrepreneurs – and even a stone mason – all with a history of service. The “Top 40 Under 40 Military” – Military Transition News’ list of 40 top performing military personnel and veterans under the age of 40 – blend in with all walks of society. But they universally share stories of heroics, self-sacrifice and altruism from their time spent in the U.S. military.

Each year, CivilianJobs.com recognizes military service members that represent the highest of standards. Review the bios of the Top 40 Under 40 Military at the following links:

Introduction

A-Dak

Dan-Luc

Mar-Rey

Rob-Z

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Instructions to Get You Home - Advice from former P&G leader and veteran Bob McDonald

West Point Grad, Bob McDonald, earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering in 1975, graduating in the top 2% of his class. Twenty years later, McDonald would head one of the world’s most powerful companies as President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of The Procter & Gamble Company.

Click here to read about his advice for transitioning to civilian life.

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Have You Done Your Homework?

Knowledge has a significant impact on the success or failure of an interview: knowledge of self, knowledge of the position and knowledge of the company. This issue’s column focuses on the third of the three.

Read on for guidance from our Career Coach on how to enter a civilian interview armed with valuable information.

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                      enter the civilian interview armed with valuable information


Spouse Series: Considering Your Options

If you’re like most military spouses, or currently transitioning ones, or retiring ones, you’ve been keeping up with the news of late and you’re concerned.


Should you crawl back under the covers and hope this is all just a bad dream? Of course not.

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                      after-the-military life

 

Transition Talk

Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers. 

Q: I am transitioning out in 2014 and I’m confused about the new healthcare laws, specifically the individual shared responsibility provision under the Affordable Care Act. Will I need to carry health insurance immediately on the day I transition out or face a fine?

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Transitioning A to Z

In the upcoming issues of MTN, we will be listing everything a service member needs to know about transitioning, from A to Z.

This month, we tackle “G” and “H”.

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