Law enforcement, IT management and the medical field are all career fields that you’ve been told are great for veterans. And while these jobs are fantastic for transitioning veterans in almost every way Continue reading Great Jobs for Veterans You May Not Have Considered
I’ve always known that I wanted to be a reporter. I started watching the news around 10th grade, and I was a big fan of WNBC. I learned that you could Continue reading How ABC’s Stephanie Ramos Built Her Journalism Career While Serving In The U.S. Army
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As we honor the 40th anniversary of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, I had the privilege of speaking with Jan Scruggs and learning about “The Story Behind the Wall” (page 12). Our conversation prompted some introspection, and I considered my legacy. Continue reading A Letter From the Editor–What’s Your Legacy?
Many civilian employers have admitted challenges when it comes to evaluating a veteran during a job interview. This is often because veterans have difficulty explaining how their military experience relates to the needs of the civilian employer. Continue reading The Dos and Don’ts of Veteran Interviews
Our commitment to veterans is part of who we are. Together with our partners, we support hundreds of programs for veterans and their families.
This includes the Department of Defense Skillbridge program, which gives veterans the opportunity to gain valuable civilian work experience through specific industry training, apprenticeships or internships. Because that’s our duty to you. Continue reading Dedicated to your success. That’s our duty to you.
Your civilian resume summarizes your background and experience and it’s likely to be the first information about you that an employer will see.
With your military service, you already have impressive skills and knowledge.
These tips will help you make a resume that will stand out. Continue reading How to Write a Winning Civilian Resume
With offices around the world, Bloomberg provides its employees with opportunities to hone their skills and expertise, progress to new roles, take on stretch assignments, and gain valuable insights through their work.
The Army missed its recruiting goal by about 15,000 new soldiers in 2022, coming up 25% short of its goal at a time when each of the services were struggling to meet their benchmarks. Continue reading Is the MIlitary “Too Woke” to Recruit?
More than one-third of all congressional races on the ballot this November will feature a veteran, and several could help decide which party wins control of the House and Senate next year.