Publisher Description

Where Do I Go From Here: Civilian Transition is intended for military
service members who are preparing to make the transition back to civilian
life. The book is a compilation of relevant articles covering areas such as
translating your military experience and skills into marketable civilian job
skills, planning a civilian career, transitioning to civilian life, and
planning for life after the service.  An extensive, categorized transitions
directory of resources points the way to over 50 agencies, government
offices or services that can provide assistance.



Brigadier General  Norris Overton (U.S.A.F. retired), retired after 32
years of active duty military service and successfully transitioned into
senior management positions in business ranging from Vice President of
Information Systems to Vice President and Chief Financial Officer with
Amtrak.  In his forward, he describes how military training, experience,
skills and attributes can bring value to your resume. 



Forward

Your Military Service Will Serve You Well 

Welcome Back to Civilian Life


Translating Military Skills Into Civilian Terms


Marketable Skills?  You Have Them!

Translating Your Resume into English


Planning a Civilian Career

Getting the Job You Want

Top 10 Best Jobs Overall for the 21st Century

7 Tips for Nailing the Job Interview 


Transitioning to Civilian Life

Profiles in Courage: Alexandra Jansen

Your Transition Checklist 
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Life After Service

The After Life

Getting the Most Bang for Your Post-911 GI Bill Buck

Staying Covered: Life Insurance

Military to Civilian Retirement Tips

Will Your Credit History Pass Employer Screening?

Budget Worksheet

Transitions Resource Directory

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2012
June 12
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
51
Pages
PUBLISHER
InCharge Debt Solutions
SELLER
InCharge Debt Solutions
SIZE
1.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Chenningse ,

Where Do I Go From Here?

This is a great book for service members transitioning to civilian life. I really like the resouce directory in the back. It has website links to information for veterans, their spouses and families, links to job sites, veterans assistance for starting a business and sources for financial help. It also includes a very helpful personal budget worksheet. Definitely worth a read.

TonyJ8311 ,

Such a Great Resource!

I love the content in this book! It would be of good use for any of the service men and women coming home from overseas. Since there are not many other books like this one, and plus since this one is FREE, I fully recommend this book! Be sure to check out the 7 Tips for Nailing the Job Interview!

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