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How to Create a Winning Resume with Your Military Experience

Military TransitionTransitioning from military to civilian life and employment isn't a piece of cake. If you're a veteran and a job seeker, you know what I'm talking about. Have you been sending out your military resume and not getting any replies from employers? You're not alone.

A recent study found out that veterans list finding a job as the greatest challenge they face when transitioning to civilian life. 

So, can your military resume even land you a job? Sure. But only as long as you translate all of the valuable skills you've acquired while working in the military into competencies that are relevant to civilian jobs.

Here's how to get the most out of your military experience while writing your civilian resume.


The Life Sciences Industry Wants You!

Careers in the Life SciencesA job search after leaving the military can be challenging. On the surface, jobs performed in the service seem highly specialized and specific to military life and many people may be living with the idea that they are best suited to certain careers. However, many of the skills developed in military careers actually translate well to high growth, technically advanced  industries such as healthcare.


7 Tips For Adjusting To The Day Job Routine

Corporate SoldierComing back from a tour can be tough, with its own challenges that we all know far too well. Finishing your duty and returning to a normal 9 to 5 can be even more difficult, particularly when surrounded by civilians instead of fellow veterans. Adjusting takes time, but here are 7 tips to try and make that time flow by a little smoother and faster.


Find a New Career with the O&P Program

Orthotics & ProstheticsOrthotics and prosthetics, or O&P, is the evaluation, fabrication, and custom fitting of artificial limbs and orthopedic braces. It’s a trending health profession that includes both cutting edge technology and hands-on patient care. 


Why Young Veterans Should Consider Franchising

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Each year, hundreds of thousands of veterans say goodbye to the military to begin life as a civilian. For younger veterans, that transition can be difficult.

A recent study by the Department of Veterans Affairs defined veterans ages 18-34 as a “vulnerable population” because their unemployment rate has been 20 percent higher than that of non-veterans. That’s a shameful...


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