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Tag Archives: Career Development

  • Military Transition What Civilian Work Interests You

    "I'm an aviator but I don't want to fly on the commercial side." If that's the case, you need to determine the non-piloting skills you have that will translate to non-piloting civilian jobs. ClearedJobs.Net's HR Specialist -- and veteran -- Patra Frame provides tips to help tr… more

  • Developing a Career Strategy

    Patra Frame encourages you to be more formal and organized with your career plan by putting pen to paper. Or fingertips to keys if you prefer. “People who have a written plan for their careers tend to be considerably more successful,” says Patra. Write your goals down. The… more

  • College Degree: Worth Your Effort?

    He’s an Intel IT type in a senior management position and he doesn’t have a degree. But everyone who works for him and all new hires do. She’s military and ready to take her enlisted experience and security clearances into the government contracting world. But all the jo… more

  • Keep Networking for a Successful Career

    Networking can be a scary word for some job seekers. It sounds much more accessible and friendly when you think of networking simply as human connection. You need to keep that human connection going throughout your career. Networking is not just important in landing a job. I… more

  • Now what? Career transitions made simple

    At many of the seminars I give I see people who are facing a career change and they are not at all sure how to manage it. Whether you are transitioning from the military or federal service, looking for new opportunities after years in one area, or just need a change, your new o… more