Emily King is a nationally recognized expert on the transition from military to civilian employment. She explains an issue that is often difficult for veterans and employers to understand.
In my last post, I discussed my experience doing informational interviews with teachers and how my observations pointed me in a new direction. This post focuses on my experience doing the same with school counselors,
Are you considering leaving your current role to pursue a new passion? Or maybe you just want to find out more about how to get into a new line of work. Why not consider “informational interviews?”
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7, 2012 – The Veterans Affairs Department is publishing a proposed regulation in the Federal Register that would change its rules to add five diagnosable illnesses that are secondary to service-connected traumatic brain injury.
The military consistently produces leaders of great experience and potential. Many of our presidents and senior politicians have been in senior military positions. Colonel Tom Kolditz of West Point analyzes why in this article.
Employers often insist on a degree when posting their job requirements. The unfortunate reality is that in many cases, particularly that of veterans, work experience can far outweigh a degree. As an example, a college
Whether your business is a sole proprietorship or a Fortune 500 mega firm, hiring decisions can be the most important decision you make. The decision to hire an individual goes far beyond what the job requirements
I wanted to share this great article today because it really outlines some important tips that each of you should be taking in your job search today. I especially like Tip #4. It discusses targeting
Veterans Being Discharged Within 180 Days Need to File “Today” For Veterans Administration Benefits.
Veterans leaving the service within 180 days or less are encouraged to apply for their benefits immediately. Michael Ferrill, General Manager at USA Secure Data Systems, Published an article on the LinkedIn Group U. S. Army Veterans.