Post Archive by Day: December 18, 2019

Why you need to improve your speaking skills

You might be well versed in how to speak like a service member. Acronyms and abbreviations are a big part of the military language. But, as you transition into the civilian workforce, you might be challenged to find ways to articulate yourself to your colleagues best. After all, no one is going to know that SA stands for situational awareness,

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How to make the most of your soft skills

Before we examine how mastering soft skills will help you in your job search, let’s discuss what a soft skill is and compare it with a hard skill. Soft skills are often difficult to quantify, but often include stellar verbal and written communication, along with clear leadership abilities and analytical thinking skills. Hard skills are the technical skills and abilities

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Becoming a better listener – why it’s important for your career search

Entering the workforce after being in the military comes with its own unique set of challenges. In addition to having to relearn how to be a civilian, you’re also faced with learning to speak like one. On top of that, you’re vying for job placement, and you’re up against stiff competition. One of the best ways you can separate yourself

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Is an adult internship right for you?

You might think of internships as something only available to college students. It’s true that internships are most often geared toward college students to give them a chance to experience a job before graduating. But it turns out that adult internships are just as useful, too. That’s good news for you as a transitioning service member. Adult internships can help

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