Many civilian jobs have certain professional and technical standards. Credentials show prospective civilian employers that your skills are on par with your civilian peers. Employers may choose to hire only employees who have certain credentials, or to pay those employees more. Federal, state, or local law may require specific credentials to legally perform some jobs. Obtaining credentials – certifications and licenses – shows that you meet these standards. For more on credentialing, see this Military.com article.
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