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How Can I Turn My Infantry Experience into a Civilian Career with Career Training?

After proudly serving your country, you want the transition to civilian life to be just as rewarding. You want a good job that lets you provide for your family and offers you a path to bigger things. For some, this transition is easy; others have more obstacles to clear before they are able to settle into a career.

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5 Tips for Veterans to Stand Out in the Job Market

If you’re joining the civilian workforce after military service, you may have a number of unique advantages thanks to your experience. The key is translating your experience into a civilian context and leveraging your skills and character to stand out. Here are five tips to help you shine in your job hunt.

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You've Secured Our Country, Now Get Career Training to Secure Our Networks

By serving in the military, you played an important role in securing our country. Now that you are re-entering civilian life, have you considered a job securing the nation’s computer networks? Career training in data security is an ideal way to make the most of your military background, and you can enter a growing profession.

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Top 10 IT Careers for Veterans

You’ve acquired many new skills while serving in the military. Now that you are transitioning to civilian life, wouldn’t it be great to use those skills in a field that is interesting and lucrative? You should be able to take your military experience and use it as a foundation for a new vocation. That’s why so many returning veterans transition into IT careers.

Information technology continues to be a growing field where veterans can apply their skills. It’s been demonstrated that vets excel at IT jobs. Military training generates a talent pool rich in technology and cybersecurity experience. Those skills tend to readily translate to IT careers in civilian life. And demand for IT professionals continues to grow. The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that IT will add 557,100 new jobs over the next 10 years, new jobs that pay a median wage of $86,320 per year.

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New Horizons Career Development Solutions is Proud to Serve Military Spouses

Between training, traveling, and deployment, military service presents unique challenges for building a career. Military spouses often struggle to find the time to continue schooling, and it’s an expensive prospect for tight budgets. After deployment, it can be challenging to translate military experience to civilian fields.

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