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Career success is an “inside-out” process. If you dedicate yourself to a careful self-assessment before you launch your next job search, you will find yourself in an elite group of professionals who know what they want, know what they have to offer, and know where their careers are taking them.

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Your resume is the single most important marketing tool you have. This book covers the most important topics you will need to master in order to create a military to civilian career change resume that attracts attention and job offers. 


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Self-Marketing for Military to Civilian Career Transitions looks at the new context of work with its universal entrepreneurial culture. Whether you own your own business or are part of a giant multi-national corporation, you can’t afford to think of yourself or your career in any other terms. 

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How Do I Choose a Career:
Purposeful Career Searching

It all rests on 3 building blocks... 

  • Focus 

  • Organization 

  • Persistence

There are many jobs for veterans out there, but you want to transition into a career. A military to civilian transition calls for a purposeful career searching. We won't lie, career searches are work. There's no other way to put it. Especially when you're just getting started, it's going to feel like an uphill climb. It's easy to become discouraged, and there's really no way to know how long the career transition will take or what the final result will be.

Even so, if you remain focused, stay organized and keep at it, the results will follow - and they may turn out to be better than you could have imagined.

How do you turn these building blocks into a successful military transition career search? Use them to gather feedback. Every time you submit an application, discuss a job over the phone, have an in-person interview, or speak with a potential colleague you should be gathering information on how effectively you are presenting yourself.

Everyone is giving you feedback, whether verbal or nonverbal. The better you are able to understand what people are telling you, and the better able you are to organize it to help improve your resume, interview style or cover letter, the more success you will find. This only works when you are persistent about gathering information, however. If you only casually pay attention to the invaluable information you receive you may miss important trends or insights.

The best advice is to keep your goals in mind, stay focused on your career transition goal, and pay attention to feedback.

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How Do I Choose a Career? The 3 Buildings Blocks Explained.

Learn how to stay focused, keep organized and be persistent in your career search. Finding a new career doesn't happen by accident. Read this white paper to find out how to make your job search a success. 

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