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There are tricks and best practices to use in any career search. These articles can provide a foundation of preparation, and after great preparation, execution that leads to your next career.

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Lies They Tell Transitioning Veterans , Part 11: Job Descriptions Are Accurate

In the military, job descriptions are standardized and are similar within each service. So, an Army or Marine infantry squad leader can expect similar standards and duties no matter the unit. In the civilian world, human resources professionals spend a lot of time chasing down hiring managers to...

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Veterans: Learn to Tell Your Story in a Job Interview

Have you ever wondered what the hiring manager across the table is thinking during your job interview? The chances are good that they are asking themselves two questions: "Who is this person, really?" and "Can they fix my problem or solve my need?"

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An Open Minded Navy Vet Lands an Accounting Job in an Unlikely Place

Navy lands a job from a veteran job fair and urges other veteran job seekers to erase any pre-conceived ideas about what positions companies attending may be sourcing.

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Lies They Tell Transitioning Veterans, Part 10: Senior Officer Transitions Are Easier

As we have explored previously, veterans are similar to all groups of job seekers in that they often think they have it harder than everyone else. But even among veterans themselves, some assume that certain subcategories of veterans have it easier (or harder).

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