1. Know what you want to pursue! Why is this so important? Because you can't convey to an employer how you can be a tremendous asset to them if you don't know who that employer is. If you have an idea about what you want to do in your post-military life, great! If not, take time to reflect and give it some serious thought. If not a specific type of job, it's helpful if you can at least indicate a target industry. Health care? Law enforcement? Logistics? These are all very different fields with their own unique qualifications for success. Knowing where you're headed will help you tailor your résumé to best meet the reader's expectations.
In today’s economy, almost everyone looking for work faces challenges in their job search. Ex-military have the added difficulty of coming from a work environment that 99% of individuals have no personal experience with. We have helped ex-military clients find success in the public sector and in all tiers of the federal government, from entry level to the Senior Executive Service . If you’re re-entering the workforce, you need MRW in your corner. Browse our military resume examples today to find out how we can help you, or contact our team directly for more information. Page last updated on 1/6/2014
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