Military Transition News:
January / February 2015
If you are a veteran seeking a civilian job in 2015, the Energy industry offers a variety of career choices in the new year and beyond.
For example, employment in the oil and natural gas industry is expected to grow “faster than the average for all occupations” through 2022, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Up for grabs are numerous job opportunities that have matching skill sets to many military service occupations, say recruiters at leading companies.
While the thought of leaving the known for the unknown may cause your heart to palpitate and your blood pressure to rise, you can get a grip on things if you sit back and relax. If you were a betting man or woman, you would want to consider placing your money on the healthcare industry.
Lilly celebrates a long history of commitment to veterans and supporting the military, both in the workplace and in the community. It is the only major U.S. pharmaceutical company founded by a U.S. military veteran.
Swisslog North America finds itself in the right place, at the right time as more companies today turn to automation and systems integration in bottom-line focused efforts to more effectively manage their inventories, move their stock quickly and ensure customer satisfaction.
Although you are probably very good at applying the principles of planned maintenance in your military occupation and your personal life, some of you may have neglected to do so in another critical application – career transition.
These three financial habits will help you start the year off right by helping you build a secure foundation, increase your peace of mind and stay on track for your biggest savings goals.
Pictures don’t lie. And professional networking sites, such as LinkedIn, are filled with profile photos gone horribly wrong. Don’t let that happen to you!
James Cadieux is a decorated Vietnam-era veteran with a message for other veterans with disabilities: “If you have a chance to have a service dog, it will change your life forever. Guaranteed.”
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Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers.
Q: I will be transitioning out in the next year, and I’ve had a lot of friends tell me I should work for a “start-up.” What benefits would I gain from working with a company that may be in its formative stages and, barring that, is it better to work for a public or private company?
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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 “U” and “V”.
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