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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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Jumpstart your career!

 The Jumpstart Session is designed to give you the feedback, advice, guidance and confidence that you need to succeed in your career transition.
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How to Cover Letter: Open Doors
with a Career Change Cover Letter

Before any employer looks at your veteran to civilian resume, they'll read your cover letter. A cover letter is an elegant way to introduce yourself. A career change cover letter, on the other hand, impresses and persuades.

There is no better chance to explain the value you will bring to the prospective employer.

A career change cover letter is your sales pitch. It should make the hiring manager want to turn the page to your accompanying resume. How do you do that? You forgo listing what you have done and instead detail what you can bring to the table. You're not conducting a "veteran job search" you're in the midst of a military to civilian transition. Because of that, you shouldn't write a personal history, but instead give your potential employer a preview of the great work you will do for them.

You need a career change cover letter when you want to leave the job you are in behind to move to a new direction. As your letter competes against others already in your new field of choice, your resume cover letter has to be a standout.

How to Cover Letter: Making the First Impression Count.

Everyone writes a cover letter, but very few people write a successful cover letter. In this white paper you'll learn that pitch and presentation are essential to capturing the attention of hiring managers in every field. Click here to access this and other FREE whitepapers!


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