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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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The Most Veteran Friendly Job Employers

There are many veteran friendly jobs that incorporate the skills you gained while serving in the military. Former military service members bring a plethora of beneficial transferable skills to the civilian sector. Strong work ethic and leadership skills are among some of the most favored...

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Raymond Mason and Army Emergency Relief – Serving Soldiers

In a , we spoke to retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General, Raymond Mason, who is now the director at Army Emergency Relief (AER) headquarters in Arlington, VA. Mason discussed his transition out of the Army, his path to AER, and things he learned along the way.

Transition

After serving in the...

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Manage Lifestyle Shifts Like a Military Spouse

Let's face it: We’ve been preparing for this our entire “milspouse” lives.


I’m not talking about global pandemic. I’m talking about the necessity to abruptly adjust everything we know and work through daunting uncertainty. Change is in our DNA. Figuring out a new normal every day is standard...

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Finding Strength in Adversity

Jake Hutchings, U.S. Army veteran and executive vice president, sales, at Bradley-Morris/RecruitMilitary realized recently that life in lockdown felt … familiar.

“I asked my wife, Alison, to cut my hair,” he said. “We don’t have clippers, just a beard trimmer, so of course the haircut turned out...

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