The skills that you’ve honed in the military leave you well-prepared for the civilian workforce. Creating a resume that highlights those skills positions you for success.
Eileen Hoenigman Meyer
Eileen Hoenigman Meyer is a freelance writer focusing on topics such as job searching, work, family life, writing, and raising children. Her articles have appeared in "On Parenting-The Washington Post," "Chicago Parent Magazine," "St. Anthony’s Messenger," and others. Follow her on Twitter @EileenHMeyer.
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Aug 1, 2016
Congratulations on your new job! Usually the conversation where you accept the offer and confirm your salary and start date is busy enough. It doesn't present the chance to pose those nitty gritty questions such as: Where do I park on my first day? What is the office dress code? How do I navigate campus? Where do I eat lunch?