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Building Mutually Beneficial Relationships with Fellow Past/Present Service Members

A network of mutually beneficial relationships with those who have similar life experiences to you can be extraordinarily powerful.
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How wide should your LinkedIn network be?

Your LinkedIn network can make a big difference for your career path. Yes, the bigger your network, the better. However, I must emphasize the importance of building a quality network of trusted colleagues and using LinkedIn to nurture those relationships.
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Competence Triggers: How to Land a Job You’ll Love in the Civilian Sector

Ramit Sethi, bestselling author who has taught thousands how to become rich, generously agreed to partner with our founder Phil Randazzo and share his advice on how to land your Dream Job.
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Defining Success after Military Service

While you may have loved your career in the military, it is time to try to embrace the change that is coming. Life can be about you and your family now, or whatever an enjoyable focus feels like to you. This is your chance to create your bigger future. No matter how your personal path post-transition ends up, it is important to define what success looks like for you.
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Veterans: Turning Perceived “Disadvantages” into Strengths

Whether they make mental health assumptions or are unable to understand your skills, employers may not appreciate what you could bring to their company. Turn these perceived “disadvantages” into strengths in the interview process.
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3 Common Navy Separation Codes Broken Down

Journeying into the civilian world is exciting but it can also be confusing and stressful at times. There are so many things to keep track
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