Military Transition News:
March / April 2014
If your wheels are turning about whether there are healthy numbers of jobs in the transportation industry, rest assured:
We’re talking thousands.
And, it’s not just thousands industry-wide - sometimes, it’s thousands at just one corporation. Roles vary in the industry, but recruiters note that there is a place for everyone, up to management positions.
Read on to learn why companies such as Schneider National, TMC Transportation, Crete Carrier and CSX value military experience.
Like many students today, Milton Hathaway started his post-college life with nothing but debt and dreams. His life’s ambition was to be financially successful. How did the 28-year retired Lt. Colonel get there? Click here to find out.
When it comes to job hunting, focusing on the details can make the difference between success and failure.
Read on for 10 little things that could enhance your military-to-civilian job search.
Today’s veterans are preparing to transition from the battlefield back to civilian life in record numbers. And the tools, landscape and resources needed to become competitive and relevant in a civilian job are more challenging than ever.
Continue on to find out how to present a powerful personal brand.
The deer in the headlights look. It's seen many times plastered across the fearful face of someone who realizes that the military life he or she has become so accustomed to will soon be ancient history.
Try the suggestions in this article to get prepared.
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Navigating through a sticky maze of red tape is kind of like math: there are those of us who are good at it - enjoy it, even - and then, there are those of us who, try as we might, that can’t make much sense of it. When it comes to filing a claim with the Department of Veterans Affairs (V.A.), you owe it to yourself to give it your best shot.
Read this article for some tips and tricks to navigating the V.A.
Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers.
Q: It is probably the easiest question to answer, but I’m stumped when I’ve been asked in an interview, “Tell me about yourself.” Is there a good way to open this up without sounding too arrogant, too boring or completely weird?
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Job Fairs are an important part of a transitioning service member's civilian job search. See our list of upcoming job fairs.
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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 “K” and “L”.
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