Posts Tagged: military resume writing

The Danger of Assumption

Presenting another article from famed guest blogger, Judy Navarette, SPHR.  Judy is passionate about sharing her insight into corporate America to arm veterans with the knowledge necessary to make sound decisions regarding their military-to-civilian transition.  Heeding the following advice is especially critical to a successful job search considering the saturation level of today’s job market…. Read more »

Top Keywords to Include in a Military Resume

These were the top 100 terms (aka “keywords”) used by recruiters to find the candidates they were searching for on a leading, management-focused job board during a 6-month period in 2009. Incorporate as many as you can (honestly of course) into your military resume, or contact the military resume writing professionals at Military Resumes, to… Read more »

Consider a Post-Military Journey

The following military job search advice comes to us courtesy of Lt. Col. Paul Capicik (USAF Ret), a 26 years Air Force veteran, former CIO, and military program manager for American Sentinel University.  He is the author of a new article series geared toward service members interested in pursuing or advancing Information Technology (IT) careers. In an… Read more »

Military Bearing: Interview Friend or Foe?

Recently, the Fist Full of Talent blog posted a topic on “How Recruiters Can Get Comfortable in Interviews with Veterans”.  I found it extremely interesting that a blog for “Recruiters, HR, Consultants, and Corporate Types” offered advice to interviewers on how to properly interpret military bearing.  The following is an excerpt: “The problem is that… Read more »