by Carolyn Heinze, Contributing Editor, BMI Transition Team Ask those who served in the military about the transition from military to civilian life, and chances are they will admit to a bit of culture shock – positive and negative. One of the most exciting aspects about this change is the opportunity it brings, especially… Read more »
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In the upcoming issues of MTN, we will be listing everything a service member needs to know about transitioning, from A to Z. This month, we tackle “U” and “V”. Click here to read more.
While the thought of leaving the known for the unknown may cause your heart to palpitate and your blood pressure to rise, you can get a grip on things if you sit back and relax. If you were a betting man or woman, you would want to consider placing your money on the healthcare industry…. Read more »
In the upcoming issues of MTN, we will be listing everything a service member needs to know about transitioning, from A to Z. This month, we tackle “Q” and “R”. “Q”: Quick, Query, Quell Transitioning out of the military is not something that you might think of as Quick or rapid, but by the time your exit date arrives,… Read more »
Read this article to learn why companies, like Schneider National, TMC Transportation, Crete Carrier, and CSX, value military experience. If your wheels are turning about whether there are healthy numbers of jobs in the transportation industry, rest assured: We’re talking thousands. And, it’s not just thousands industry-wide – sometimes; it’s thousands at just one corporation. Click here for full article.
Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers. Q: It will still be a little while until I am out of the military, but I am leaving my duty station. I am wondering what kind of records I should ensure I have before I transfer to make a transition to my next career easier. Click… Read more »
As your family transitions out of the military, circumstances will, of course, be different. Refer to the survival strategies in this article for assistance. One set of worries will ultimately be exchanged for another set and your new normal will feel oddly familiar. Read full article here.
In his latest article, a military placement specialist / candidate recruiter answers questions from job seekers, including this one: Q: My experience is wide ranging and could fall into several job positions. Do you think I should create more than one military to civilian resume? Read the full response here.
I receive a number of questions from transitioning military candidates asking when they should begin to craft their resume and apply for jobs. In response, I have created a practical guideline (below) to help keep candidates focused and on track. 1 year out: Map Out Your Plan Of Attack Now is the perfect time to… Read more »
After attending numerous military job fairs as part of my work, I have witnessed firsthand countless job seeker mistakes that are easily avoidable. The list below was compiled in order to provide useful advice to assist transitioning military service members with marketing themselves more successfully and to help them overcome some common challenges. Preparation 1…. Read more »