Preparing for a career in your life after service can be intimidating.
The job search can be made easier by following a tried-and-true process, however.
Part one of our series was about preparation.
In part two, we’ll focus on marketable skills.
A veteran must be able to define their skills and experience for civilian employers.
That means translating military speak into easily understood civilian terms.
Next, they should utilize resources like the GI Bill
College degrees don’t guarantee a job, but they sure help.
And don’t forget to speak to other veterans.
Fellow servicemembers who have made the transition are one of your greatest resources because they’ve been there and done that.
Contact them to find out how to best market your abilities.
After that, it’s time to initiate contact with employers.
We’ll examine how in part three.