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Ten lessons everyone should be aware of on day-1 of the military. This is an easy-to-read guidebook that delivers useful insights from veterans who've gone before you. 1. Everyone will transition2. You are responsible for your own transition3. The process can be...
Hello Again! So, you were able to write an effective resume, you applied to your dream job, you made it through the interview process, and just now you received a call from the recruiter who extended you a verbal offer! What's next? This week I will be...
"What is your desired salary range?" In my experience, this is the #1 most difficult question for veterans to answer. For the last several years your pay has been determined by your rank and years of service, there was no negotiation. It's hard to determine...