You heeded the call to serve your country, and now that you are coming home you may be a little confused as of how to integrate your military achievements into a civilian job position.
You are not alone. Hundreds of thousands of military men and women are discharged each year after their successful stint in the Army, Navy, Airforce and Marines.
The move home and getting used to civilian life is hard enough. We would like to give you some tips so that the job hunt in the civilian world is not one of the things you must now struggle with. Continue reading “Veterans Tips for Landing a Civilian Job”
Ever been at a party and the term CV came up and you just thought it was another way of saying resume or cover letter? You are not alone.
Ever been at a party and the term CV came up and you just thought it was another way of saying resume or cover letter? You are not alone. Many of us that have never had to use a CV, see it so many times associated with a resume that some of us have thought it was a short way of saying cover letter. Not.
There is a stark difference between resumes and CV’s, but if you are not an academic you will not need a CV unless you are specifically asked to provide one. For instance, when applying for jobs abroad.
Continue reading “A CV is Not a Resume: Who Knew?”