6 Steps to Translating Military Experience to a Civilian Resume

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Assume the Employer Doesn’t Understand Anything About Your Military Resume Write your resume and cover letter with this in mind, no matter what. Avoid military jargon and make things clear for them. While staffing agencies are full of people experienced in this, most future civilian employers probably won’t know their meaning. When you explain skills,… Read more »

Top 4 Engineering Careers for 2019

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Aerospace Engineer While you immediately think of airplanes, aerospace engineers also work on multidisciplinary teams, engineering, design, develop and test spaceships, aircraft and missiles, and using knowledge spanning aerodynamics, avionics, propulsion, and materials science. Generally this requires years of experience, but not necessarily. This does require at least a related bachelor’s degree for entry-level positions…. Read more »

6 Ways Turning Down a Job Offer Hurts Your Future Chances

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Most employers understand that candidates might turn down offers, and that there is never a requirement to accept an offer, and only a particularly strange employer would hold it against you if you did.  You’re absolutely entitled to turn down an offer as an employer is to turn you down, and reasonable people understand that…. Read more »

Tough To Find Skills You May Have That Companies Are Looking For

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It may come as a surprise to you as a job seeker, but employers are ready to fight for the industries top talent to make sure they have the professionals they need to grow and succeed as a company. That means they are eager to hire employees just like you. But oftentimes they are having… Read more »

Staffing Solutions You Might Not Know Exist

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There are so many different forms of staffing solutions that companies looking for contract help are really spoiled for choice in today’s flex-work economy. More professionals are eager to find more flexible and engaging work environments and so the talent pool for contract work is growing. The question quickly becomes, what staffing solutions would work… Read more »

What You Get When You Are Fully Staffed

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The state of being fully staffed can seem like a daydream for many businesses. Being understaffed is such a common state of existence for many teams that it becomes part of the culture. Employees are overworked and managers are under constant stress to hire and manage turnover to get business-critical work done consistently. Project and… Read more »