While researching online late one night, I ran across a 2012 news article claiming that researchers from the University of Kansas could accurately judge a stranger’s personality simply by looking at the person’s shoes. I wasn’t, however, willing to cough up the $35.95 for the online version of the study to find out. Even without… Read more »
Posts Tagged: transitioning military job seekers
Service members making a military-to-civilian career transition understand how complicated, competitive and confusing a job search can be. It is why it’s important to explore all options and even some of the programs available to assist in that transition, such as the Allstate Military Veterans Associate Agent Insurance Training Program. Click here to learn more.
I recently wrote an article for JibberJobberUSA entitled, “I’m Getting Out of the Military… Now What?” It features advice to help military job seekers transition into real jobs, specifically translating military experience, structuring a job search plan of attack, and taking advantage of free military job search assistance and resources. The following is an excerpt:… Read more »
Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI), the largest military-focused recruiting firm in the U.S., announced the Q3 2009 dates for their ConferenceHire® events on June 28th. The contingency hiring events are efficient recruiting solutions for employers seeking to recruit military for civilian jobs in Management / Engineering, Technician / Supervision and Sales / Business Development. They are also… Read more »
The Professional Association of Resume Writers brought a potential military job search strategy development resource to my attention in their November 2008 newsletter that I would like to share with you. In an article entitled Resources, Diane Burns of Career Marketing Techniques outlines an assessment tool available to career seekers which may be especially helpful… Read more »
Military.com recently posted a “Real Transition Story” that accurately reflects a chief concern of many of the transitioning military job seekers I come in contact with on a daily basis. Of particular note is the following comment: “I think the most difficult part of transitioning is putting military experience into civilian terms. Civilians don’t understand… Read more »