Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch, Lead Star
Welcome to the civilian world, where you'll take full responsibility for your career progress.
As you transition to the civilian world, how do you make sure you get the salary you deserve? Follow these four steps.
Getting out of the military and not quite sure what career path you wish to pursue? Here's how you can figure it out.
You've learned leadership skills in the military -- here's how to continue developing them in the civilian world.
In order to get started, you have to know where you want to go. You must have vision in order to be successful.
Networking is important not only to landing that first out-of-the-military job, but also to your future civilian career path.
Entrepreneurism is an often overlooked but viable professional choice as you make the preparations to leave active duty.
One of the great things that you learned during your time in uniform is that you do not have to be in charge to be a leader.
How do you perform a job search while still dealing with the rigors of life in the military?
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