To find the right job, focus on answering these questions: What are your skills and attributes? What motivates you and makes you happy? What really matters to you at the end of the day? What immediate and future value can you add to your next employer? What must your employer do for you to keep you motivated and you and your family satisfied? What are your needs and your wants (no, they are not the same things)? By knowing what you bring to the table and what you expect your employer to bring to the table, you will maximize your chances of landing the right job, the first time. For more information, read this article on the Military.com website.
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