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AndreaMoore
Community Manager

3 Options to Consider When Transitioning Out of the Military Retirement Eligible

https://news.clearancejobs.com/2020/07/03/3-options-to-consider-when-transitioning-out-of-the-milita...

 

Serving in the military for as long as you did, you have built up considerable skills, both soft and hard, that many employers strive to find. While soft skills, like leadership, organization, and team building are in demand regardless of where your job search takes you, some veterans choose to continue using their military-learned hard skills doing the same job they did while serving.

 

For example, if you worked in Information Technology, you could cross train over to become an Information Security Analyst or pursue a job in Cybersecurity. Both are in high demand and pay exceptionally well. Or maybe you want to pick up a certification or two (and have your GI Bill pay for it) to not only advance your job skills further, but to better your employment options. Don’t forget … include your security clearance information on your resume as that can be a game changer when it comes to employment offers.




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