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Career success is an “inside-out” process. If you dedicate yourself to a careful self-assessment before you launch your next job search, you will find yourself in an elite group of professionals who know what they want, know what they have to offer, and know where their careers are taking them.

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Your resume is the single most important marketing tool you have. This book covers the most important topics you will need to master in order to create a military to civilian career change resume that attracts attention and job offers. 


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Self-Marketing for Military to Civilian Career Transitions looks at the new context of work with its universal entrepreneurial culture. Whether you own your own business or are part of a giant multi-national corporation, you can’t afford to think of yourself or your career in any other terms. 

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How to Make a Resume

Create a High Impact Career Change Resume

Changing careers and changing jobs are two different processes that have very different goals. It's no different for veterans and military personnel. Any good veteran to civilian resume shouldn't be a simple "new job" resume. You are changing careers - you should submit a career change resume. After all, you have career-change goals, so your resume should reflect that fact.

Think of a career change resume as a new tool in your toolbox. Veteran to civilian resume writing helps you prepare for interviews, re-familiarize yourself with your own skill sets and helps create the "self brand" we discuss in another section of this website.

Of course, the military to civilian transition does take time. You need to be prepared. You need to have a solid understanding of yourself and your abilities. You need to know the job market and current economic and hiring trends.

And, again, you need to have the right tools.

How to Make a Resume: What is An Effective Military to Civilian Resume?

First of all, let's be clear about how not to write a resume. The most common - and worst - type of veteran to civilian resume we see from clients is a boring list of "the things I did." This is a resume-to-nowhere except frustration, disappointment and failure.

Better, but still not good enough, is the resume that says: "Here are the things I did in my last job (or jobs), and here are the results these things achieved."

An effective veteran to civilian resume is one that anticipates and proactively responds to any possible concern relating to career change is one of your essential tools. That's why we've put together some great resources on creating a career change resume for veterans to help you change careers, not just jobs.

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