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Business Training for Troops Impacted by Cuts

In the military, service members put service above self, which can result in veterans having a hard time learning to make themselves stand out from other job applicants when transitioning to the private sector. It's a challenge Derek Blumke, who  has transitioned from Airman to student to executive and back again, knows well. Now Blumke is using the leadership skills he learned in the Air Force as the Vice President of Veterans and Mil... more

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10 Most Endangered Jobs in 2014

When transitioning out of the military, it's important to think about your future career options. Some people choose jobs they're passionate about, some choose a career with high earning potential, and some take whatever they can get. If you're completely unsure about what to pick, think about careers with staying power. You might not have considered it, but there are a lot of industries around that are prone to going away, and taking eve... more

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Top 10 Jobs in Healthcare that Don't Need a Degree

If you're about to transition or already have, picking the right civilian industry to join is a critical step to take. The career you set yourself up for will affect your livelihood for years to come. There are many ways to choose an industry, but one easy way to think about it is to pick a career that experiences job growth.  According to sources like Mlive.com, the healthcare industry is experiencing growth. Not only do jobs in this in... more

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5 Tips for Discharged Service Members

The Pentagon is laying off thousands of soldiers, including those currently serving abroad in Afghanistan, as part of the planned drawdown of forces. If you're a soldier who received a pink slip, my heart goes out to you. I couldn't have imagined coming back from a long patrol in Afghanistan and being told that I would be discharged upon my return home. What an empty, irresolute feeling that must be in a time when soldiers need steadfas... more

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Top 5 Ways to Find a Career Sponsor

The majority of open positions in today's job market are filled through networking. In other words, hiring managers are connected to candidates though their trusted networks before the positions are even made public or posted online. This is where transitioning veterans need the most help. Service members are completely isolated from the civilian job market during their active service and severely lack the professional connections that ... more

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