When transitioning from the military life into the civilian workforce, a strong resume is one of the leading factors for success. Create or improve your resume with confidence, using guidance from these blogs, whether you're a veteran, actively serving, or a military spouse.
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Tips from TAP: Five Ways to Improve Your Resume
When hiring managers read your resume, you have only a few seconds to impress them. Your resume is like your personal commercial. The product? YOU.
CREATE A WINNING RESUME: PART 2
Your years in the military have given you specific skills, attention to detail and an unparalleled work ethic that make you a desirable commodity in the civilian workforce. Make sure your resume illustrates that.
CREATE A WINNING RESUME: PART 1
Your resume should focus on applicable skills, achievements, and qualifications, while highlighting pertinent information, figures and results. The items below highlight common mistakes and best practices to help put your best foot forward.
Win That Interview with a Compelling Resume
In a world where recruiters only have a few seconds to scan each resume, follow these tips on how to get yours noticed.