As veterans entering the civilian workforce already know, getting non-veterans to comprehend the skills and experience you picked up while serving can be hard.
We’re here to help make the process go more smoothly.
In the second part of this three-part series, we’ll look at how a positional title within the military translates to an equivalent role in the civilian job market.
A warrant officer, for instance, might be considered a department manager.
A sergeant major might be a senior advisor, whereas a first sergeant would be a personnel supervisor.
It can be frustrating for servicemembers to alter how they speak in a job interview, but it’s all done to help employers see a veteran’s value.
Veterans are some of our brightest and our best.
These translations are to help employers recognize that.
Thank you for joining us.
We hope you’ll check back for part 3 of this video series.