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Military members have some of the most important jobs in our nation, and the qualities they possess as individuals determine their successes or failures. Servicemembers receive a good degree of training and instruction to aid in their success. However, many qualities necessary for a thriving career can't be taught. They must come from inside the person. Some of the most important qualities that must be possessed by a military professional include self-discipline, physical fitness, commitment, leadership, and ambition.
It's estimated that 25% of all jobs are in what is called the hidden job market, meaning they are never advertised or are created specifically for certain individuals.
Writing a resume is a grueling task. Your military experience hash prepared you for this grueling task. Find out some tips to help you write a brilliant resume.
Every person handles the transition from military life to civilian life differently. It is not an easy transition for anyone, but one that can be taken in steps.
Getting and keeping a job as a military spouse can be a challenge. The largest logistical problem is that as a military spouse you will be constantly moving. Oh, the joys of military living. But don’t despair — there are some careers that you can pursue that will be as mobile as you are.
Interviewing for a job can sometimes be even more nerve-wracking than serving on the front lines. Many interviews today are behaviorally based: relying mostly on your behavior as a response to a certain situation that is relevant to the company in order to predict your behavior for future similar events.