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Career Transition

When civilians change jobs, they already have a manual, a road map and the standard operating procedures. They know the terminology, the titles, the language, the rules of the road and the appropriate game plan to get to the desired result. Military personnel, on the other hand, are at a disadvantage. They have to become […]

Military Job Seekers

Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers. Q: I will be transitioning out in 12 months and I’m working on my resume. My biggest challenge is understanding pay scales and which industries pay higher or lower for my skills. Are there tools or tips for negotiating salary? Click here to learn more.

Transition Tips

Moving sucks. I’m sorry. There is just no nice way to say it. Moving, however, is inevitable in this military lifestyle. Whether you and your family are nowhere near transitioning out of the military lifestyle or you are making the Big and Final Move on Uncle Sam, moving has its challenges and you have to deal […]

Self Education

For most military personnel, the career transition process is as much about self-education as it is about finding a job. During my career I have discovered that approximately 50 percent of the people who leave the military to pursue civilian employment end up working for companies unknown to them when their searches began. Furthermore, they […]

Education Services

The U.S. Army has a desire to help shape the future of America’s youth through programs such as March 2 Success (M2S) (www.march2success.com), which was created to assist in improving performance on not only the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB), but also the SAT and ACT exams for students preparing for college immediately after […]

Social Media Channels

Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers. Q: As with many of my peers, I’ve been somewhat active on social media during my time in service. But as I approach my transition, it’s clear that it’s something I should be paying more attention to, especially as it relates to my job search. Can you […]

Civilian Jobs

Tucked in the steep Kamdesh river valley of eastern Afghanistan, the U.S. Army’s Combat Outpost Keating provided soldiers with none of the comforts of home. But it was their duty to defend the isolated terrain as if it were their own, and on the morning of Oct. 3, 2009, they did just that. The actions […]

Military Transition

Everything you need to know about transitioning can be found between A and Z of the alphabet. In the upcoming issues of Military Transition News, we are reprising the A to Z list of everything a service member needs to know about transitioning. Three of the “greatest hits” are the letters “A”, “H” and “U”. […]

Landing a New Job

One of the most important goals of the military-to-civilian transition process is landing a new job and starting a new career. Most conventional wisdom says you must figure out what you want to do before you interview. I tend to disagree, especially when the you in that wisdom is a military service member making the […]

Transition Plan

Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers. Q: I’m about 16 months from transitioning and I feel completely overwhelmed. Even with TAP and some of the hiring fairs, I still don’t feel confident that I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing. Can you provide some guidance on where I begin? Click here to […]