Communication and writing skills are in high demand by recruiters and employers. Employers want strong writers. Here are tips to becoming a better writer: (1) assess your writing and your desired job field and consider enrolling in a community college writing class; (2) read a lot of good writing, particularly in your desired career field; (3) join a career mentoring network; (4) be visual and conversational in your writing; and (5) carefully revise. Often writers are too close to the work to see mistakes. For more information, read the Military.com article. For veteran job listings nationwide, tips and resources, visit the Military.com Veteran Jobs Center.
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