Your job interview is the culmination of a lot of work. You’ve prepared and polished your resume, gone through TAP or ACAP, passed the online screening questions and finished the in-person interview.
As a former P-3 mission commander, I knew the success of my mission and the safety of my crew depended on paying close attention to the intelligence briefing.
5 Ways to Avoid Corporate Culture Clash
Well, you probably didn’t do anything wrong, and there probably isn’t anything wrong with you. You may have met all the technical qualifications and were correct to assume you could have done the job.
Don’t be THAT guy!
6 blunders to avoid on your first civilian job.
No Stripes? No Worries.
How to recognize corporate status in a world where rank isn’t obvious.
When to Talk Salary
Don’t let poor timing spoil a promising opportunity.
Finding the Right Company: “Do Your Homework”
Putting in the time to research a potential employer can ensure you are making the right career move.
Social Media Essentials for Military Job Seekers
How to take advantage of tools like LinkedIn.
7 Truths of Civilian Career Success
Are you depressed that you didn’t ace the last job interview? Feel like a failure because the job that looked so good went to another candidate?
Clean It Up
Don’t let social media antics torpedo your shot at a dream job.
6 Things Employers Wish Veterans Understood About Salary
How not to blow that dream job.
10 Things You Didnt Know About STEM Jobs
STEM refers to careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. These are the hottest career fields around. Your military service may already have trained you for a STEM career, although you may need to get certification, licensed or even earn a college degree.
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