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5 Tech Skills Needed to Succeed in High Paying IT Jobs

If you were to believe the recruitment videos, there are only two kinds of jobs you can do in the military: combat arms (including fighting magma monsters with a sword), and the kinds of slick, high-tech work that cause an instantaneous post-training morph into respected and high paying IT Jobs the instant you walk off ...

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5 Tech Skills Needed to Succeed in High Paying IT Jobs2018-09-05T17:36:09-04:00

6 Bad Habits You Developed In The Military, and How To Break Them

Veterans come out of the military with years of training in one particular mindset and way of doing things. A lot of that mindset is positive, even in the civilian world. Much of the military attitude will serve you well. But there are a few bad habits of thought and behavior that are common stumbling ...

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6 Bad Habits You Developed In The Military, and How To Break Them2018-09-05T17:52:40-04:00

Check Out these Medical Jobs Least Likely to be Affected by Automation

Technology can be a double-edged sword. New advancements have the power to improve our quality of life, while simultaneously putting us out of a job. This process has been going on for thousands of years. I presume that the introduction of the wheel was greeted with a great deal of consternation from workers in the ...

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Check Out these Medical Jobs Least Likely to be Affected by Automation2018-09-05T17:36:21-04:00

How Positive Thinking Can Help Your Military Transition

If you have not heard, let me be the first to tell you:  leaving the military is stressful.  There are so many things to think about from finding a job to figuring out health insurance options.  There is the possibility of having to move across the country to accept a dream job and perhaps uprooting ...

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How Positive Thinking Can Help Your Military Transition2018-09-05T17:52:50-04:00

Ever thought about owning your own business? Start here.

SPONSORED As a U.S. military veteran, you have a unique set of skills that sets you apart from the rest of the workforce. You may be wondering what’s next for you and your career. And whether you’re planning for the future, diversifying your investments or entering entrepreneurship as a new career track, franchising is certainly ...

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Ever thought about owning your own business? Start here.2018-09-12T18:31:09-04:00

How 9/11 Changed Their Military Service

Chief Warrant Officer 3 Chris Shirron remembers he was several hours into a long convoy across the German autobahn when a military police officer leading the convoy pulled to the side of the road. “What’s going on,” Shirron asked the soldier. “Why are we stopping?” The soldier didn’t say much except that a plane had hit ...

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How 9/11 Changed Their Military Service2018-09-05T18:42:43-04:00

5 Reasons to Consider a Liberal Arts Degree

We’ve all heard the cliché about careers with a liberal arts degree. After graduating, a liberal arts degree-holder is permanently and for all time banished to a “career” of pouring fancy coffee-flavored sugar beverages, reading poetry at open mic night, or crafting tiny sculptures made from paper clips and hot dog wrappers and selling them ...

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5 Reasons to Consider a Liberal Arts Degree2017-09-11T19:13:13-04:00

G.I. Jobs Salutes Country Star Troy Gentry

From left: Eddie Montgomery, Troy Gentry, Amy Palmer, Fred Noe and Robby Gordon toast the troops during the second annual “Beam Bash” on Feb. 13 in Ormond Beach, Fla. (PHOTO COURTESY OF OPERATION HOMEFRONT) Thousands of veterans who served in the Persian Gulf during the height of the Iraq war got to hear the multi-platinum ...

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G.I. Jobs Salutes Country Star Troy Gentry2017-09-11T14:21:10-04:00

Pentagon Undecided On Fate of ‘Dreamers’ Currently Serving

Less than 900 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival recipients are serving in the military, and the Pentagon has no idea what will happen to them. President Donald Trump officially declared an end Sept. 5 to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival program initiated by the Obama administration to allow illegals to remain and work in ...

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Pentagon Undecided On Fate of ‘Dreamers’ Currently Serving2017-09-08T17:27:09-04:00

Applying for VA Disability and Compensation

With a whole world of opportunity on the horizon, transitioning out of the service can be an exciting time. If you’re anything like me, you were so hypnotized by the idea of trading in your uniform for some blue jeans that you probably threw together a loose transition plan at best. Maybe your plan was ...

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Applying for VA Disability and Compensation2017-09-07T18:26:23-04:00