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Military Transition: Speaking Civilian Again

Every group has its own ‘language’. Remember when you joined the service and hardly understood what anyone was saying? Now you need to ‘learn the lingo’ used for your target jobs.

An easy first step is to pick out a couple of the words which describe what you want to do next. Examples: data modeler […]

By |May 9th, 2016|Military in Transition|Comments Off on Military Transition: Speaking Civilian Again

3 Interviewing Tips for Transitioning Military

Many military members have difficulty in interviews.  I regularly have heard those who were sure that they were “too intense” for civilians when interviewing as well as those who worried that they did not answer questions effectively.

In mock interviews with transitioning military, many coaches find few who can present their skills and knowledge in […]

By |January 25th, 2015|Military in Transition|Comments Off on 3 Interviewing Tips for Transitioning Military

Planning Your Military Transition

In this video ClearedJobs.Net’s HR Specialist Patra Frame talks about the importance of military personnel using the transition services that are available to them when planning their transition to the civilian work world.

Many others have traveled this road before so learn from their mistakes, don’t repeat them. It’s helpful to talk to folks who […]

By |July 14th, 2012|Military in Transition|Comments Off on Planning Your Military Transition
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    How to Learn Civilian Lingo if You’re Transitioning Military

How to Learn Civilian Lingo if You’re Transitioning Military

May is National Military Appreciation Month. Each day this month we highlight articles to aid transitioning military in their job search and stories to honor our nation’s veterans.

Every group has its own lingo. Remember when you joined the service and hardly understood what everyone was talking about? Now you need to ‘learn the lingo’ for […]

By |May 4th, 2012|Military in Transition|Comments Off on How to Learn Civilian Lingo if You’re Transitioning Military