Posted on Apr 11, 2017
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Your rank is a symbol of accomplishment. Those around you recognize your effort, commitment, diligence, and perseverance because they're familiar with what it took to rise to your level during military service. There are a number of ways to achieve the same recognition from your civilian colleagues after transition. How are you planning on showcasing your expertise?

Have you found a way to translate your military accomplishments to be understood by civilians? If not, have you considered a degree? It's the closest thing to rank after service. Let us know if any of these options might interest you! http://rly.pt/2nUizFS
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Edited 5 y ago
It should go without saying that the higher one's rank, the greater degree of knowledge, skill, and experience one would generally have. In that regard, civilian businesses are usually standing in line to hire seasoned veterans. It's only one reason why I sought to attend every school that I could on Uncle Sam's dime. If nothing else, I received a free education.
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