Posts Tagged: Military to Civilian Career Coaching

First Civilian Jobs After Separating From the Military

America’s veterans deserve our gratitude when they return home from their time in the service and hang up their uniform. But more than that, they also deserve an opportunity to demonstrate what a valuable resource they can be to employers. Click here to read more.

Having a College Degree Will Help You Out

So you’re thinking about going to college but you have some concerns. Maybe the last time you sat in a classroom was during your senior year of high school. Still, you have questions. Here are the answers. Click here to read more.

The Pressure of Transitioning to a Civilian Job

In this issue of Military Transition News, we are coming to the end of our A to Z list of everything a service member needs to know about transitioning. We now tackle the final letters of the alphabet, “Y” and “Z”. Click here to learn more.

Tax Season is Around the Corner

Now that tax season is around the corner, it’s the perfect time to get a better understanding of your tax situation as a member of the active military, transitioning military or as a veteran. Here are some tips to help you minimize your tax obligation this year. Click here to read more.

Making the Most of Your Online Photo Opportunity

Pictures don’t lie. And professional networking sites, such as LinkedIn, are filled with profile photos gone horribly wrong. Don’t let that happen to you! Click here to learn more.

THE “R” WORD – Economic Recession and the Military

Are we in a recession?  Are we headed for one?  Ask enough “experts” and you can get whatever answer you like.  Regardless of the answer, military personnel who are in the separation pipeline or thinking about entering it need to consider the impact of the R word on their job search. I have been through… Read more »