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U.S. Army Ranger Starts Football Career with the Eagles

It’s been five years since 25-year-old U.S. Army Ranger Alejandro Villanueva last played football. He’d been busy during that time serving his country during three tours in Afghanistan. But that didn’t stop the Philadelphia Eagles, who announced this month that they signed the 6-foot-9, 277-pound former Army wide receiver to a rookie free agent contract ...

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4 Essential Personality Traits for Successful Entrepreneurs

A first-quarter survey of nearly 2,000 CEOs by LegalZoom revealed a whopping 91 percent were “confident” or “very confident” that their companies would become more profitable in the coming 12 months. Nearly half anticipate hiring more employees in that time. In fact, confidence is one of the essential personality traits for successful entrepreneurs. “Any natural entrepreneur ...

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Post-Military Relocation Checklist

Once you start your military transition, deciding where to live will be at the top of your to do list. Often finding the right job involves relocating to a new home or a new city. Here is a checklist to follow for your post-military relocation. Real Estate and Moving Contact a real estate agent to ...

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How to Choose a Realtor for a Military Move

When you separate from the military and head out into the civilian world there are a lot of tasks to prioritize, such as getting a job and finding a home. When it comes to finding your house how you choose a realtor for a military move will make all of the difference in making sure you ...

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The Pros and Cons of Becoming a Veteran Business Owner

Like anything in life there is good and bad. When thinking about what you want to do with your life following your military transition examine the pros and cons of becoming a veteran business owner, whether via your own start-up, franchising or buying an existing business. Pros of Becoming A Veteran Business Owner People want ...

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Resources for Starting a Veteran Owned Business

So you're a veteran and you want to learn how to start a veteran owned business following your military transition. Well then, get your business plan together. Know what makes you unique and determine exactly what you have to offer. When starting a veteran owned business there are plenty of resources available to you. Get Started ...

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The Pros and Cons of Online Degrees

Are online degrees every bit as good as traditional ones? Is there any difference in earning potential between the two? Here are some answers to these questions from corporate job recruiters who weigh the pros and cons of online degrees. The Pros of Online Degrees You can move at your own pace Online education is ...

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Questions to Ask when Choosing a Franchise

Do you love the concept of owning your own business but lack a killer idea and the knowledge of how to run one? If you said yes, franchising is probably for you. But before you leap into a business make sure you know how to choose the right one. Use the following checklist to navigate ...

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Is a Graduate Degree Worth It?

After at least four years of studies – maybe even longer  – and thousands of dollars, you may be asking yourself, "Is a graduate degree worth it?" After all, there is a great deal of  time, effort and money involved with pursuing a graduate degree? The answer is, it depends on your goals, according to ...

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Frequent Questions about Starting a Veteran Owned Business

Deciding to start a veteran owned business can be a daunting task. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about starting a veteran owned business. How do we get certified as a SDVOB? There really is no national “certification” of SDVOSBs. To be eligible for federal contracting opportunities, you’ll want to register with ...

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