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Seven Tips for Successful Interviews

You’ve heard it before: You only have one chance to make a great first impression. Those crucial first few minutes of a job interview can make or break your chances to get...


Officer Promotion Board Preparation Tips

Getting ready for the promotion board? Don’t blow it off until the last minute. This is an exacting, time-consuming process. The Army is downsizing, and if you’ve cut your...


The Wrong Way to Tell an Interviewer About Yourself

A human resources manager and a hiring manager are anxiously waiting in a brightly lit conference room. When the door opens, a nervous-looking, sharply-dressed job applicant...


Dressing up Properly to Impress the Interviewer

If you are transitioning from military to civilian workforce and looking for a new job, you may feel out of your element during the interview process. You should not forget...


How to have a successful job interview

With military training, you’re always prepared on all things. You’ve been preparing for your military transition to civilian life. And you’re now prepared with your...


Tackle These 5 Common Interview Questions with Confidence

Despite a struggling economy and high unemployment numbers, job seekers finally have a reason for optimism. In November 2011, the national unemployment rate was at its lowest...


Job Interview? 8 Simple Ways to Wow an Employer

Preparing to make a lasting and unique impression on a job interview can cause nerves to build and stress to mount.If this sounds familiar, don’t fret, online degree...


Negotiating a Job Offer

One of the most stressful parts of the hiring process for many people is negotiating the offer itself. Generally speaking, employers do not make their best offer first. A...


Common Interview Questions

Whether you're preparing for your first post-military interview or your five hundredth, it is always helpful to think through your answers to some of the most common interview...


What to Do After the Interview

If you are serious about getting a job, then you know the interview process isn't over when the door closes behind you. The next 24 hours are critical to demonstrate you are a...


Be Prepared to Ask Your Own Interview Questions

Transitioning from a military career to a civilian one can be tough, especially because of the interview process. After all, the military simply told you what job you would...


Interviewing Tips

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...


Rehearse Before a Job Interview

You have spent hours on your resume and have progressed through two phone interviews. It’s imperative that you make a great impression at your physical interview. This is...


Phone Interview Skills to Get a Civilian Job

As an active duty service member, there is a good chance you will want to apply for civilian jobs located somewhere other than your current (last) duty station. Because of...