Here are five steps to position yourself for a career change: (1) Know your industry. You have to find out how to keep up to date on everything that is related so that when you are at a networking event or job interview, you have one more way you can show your passion; (2) Develop skills. Use the GI Bill to enroll in classes; (3) Network. It is going to be much easier to network with people when you know your industry , developed your skills, and honed your craft; (4) Build your resume. Make sure to include your classes and groups that you are part of on your resume, as well as your military and other relevant experience; and (5) Make sure your online presence represents this new you. Update your resume and websites. For more information, read this Military.com article.
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