5 Job Options For Military Veterans

Career Realism

It’s not unusual for military veterans to go into law enforcement. Not only does the military and law enforcement require similar skill sets, many law enforcement agencies also offer partial retirement credit to veterans. Related: 10 Helpful Job Search Resources For Veterans.

AT & T Seeking to Hire 10K Veterans and Military Family Members

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As a part of its hiring drive in Louisiana and across the country, AT&T is looking to hire 10,000 military veterans and their families in the next five years. The company has established a Military Talent Attraction team, which focuses on promoting AT&T’s career opportunities to veterans and educating managers across AT&T on the benefits of hiring military veterans. Military veterans can learn more about careers at AT&T here.

4 Things Veterans Need In A Company To Succeed

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Military veterans often bring a high level of leadership and a number of transferable skills that can help any company succeed. As a veteran, it’s important that the company helps you succeed, too. 4 Things Veterans Need In A Company To Succeed. Amtrak, Veteran Team Members.

The Military to the Civilian Job Market Transition

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He replied with a truth that is still echoed today among veterans: “You never really fully transition from the military…some part of it will always be with you.”. Here are five questions to ask yourself to get started: · Which industries could best benefit from my training and experience?

College Grad Financial Advice: Personality Traits of the Debt-Free Graduate

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With these grim numbers, it’s difficult to weigh the benefits of a higher education against the freedom of living debt-free. The most effective purchases are needs rather than wants: food, basic transportation and items that relate to making money, such as work supplies.

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MEMO TO: New College Grads

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We spend “left-over money” on technology gadgets, killer apps, insurance, transportation and recreation. Representative from Hawaii and Army veteran who went on several deployments to the Mideast. Many of the work benefits we enjoy resulted from her personal work in Congress.

Military? – Special Civilian Job Rights are Yours

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USERRA seeks to minimize disruption to the lives of service members by ensuring that they are able to retain civilian employment and benefits while serving their country. does for its military service members that many are not aware of is that it gives them legal rights to (a) continued benefits during their military service, (b) re-employment in their civilian jobs after their service, and (c) no loss of accrued pension time, tenure and the like after their military service.

Protect & Serve: 6 Career Opportunities In Law Enforcement

Career Realism

Others hope to make a difference through public service, and most are interested in the job stability and lifelong benefits that a career in law enforcement can offer. They also work for agencies that offer protection for transportation hubs, including railways and airports. Generous retirement benefits are one great advantage of a law enforcement career. Choosing a career in law enforcement is not a casual decision. The nature of the work demands singular dedication.

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coworker didn’t warn us about bed bugs, was I blacklisted, and more

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I see employers with language in their posting such as: “We are strongly committed to achieving excellence through intellectual diversity and strongly encourage applications from persons of color, women, persons with disabilities, the LGBT community, veterans, and members of other groups that are under-represented on university faculties.” Employer is accidentally continuing a benefit after I left. But with benefits? It’s five answers to five questions.

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Martin Luther King Day Special: Racism is alive and kicking.

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