With many companies at least temporarily remote, you need to put your best foot forward digitally.
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Leaving service is enough of a sea change on its own, but combine that with a worldwide economic downturn, and vets now have to think more carefully about how they seek and submit for job opportunities. With many companies at least temporarily remote, and plenty of them considering how to make it work for the long haul, you need to put your best foot forward digitally.
Even if your role will eventually move in-person, there’s a good chance that most of your communication will start out digitally.
Know How to Repurpose Your Military Skills
There’s no doubt that the military is a world in and of itself. For many transitioning vets, it can feel like most of your military experience doesn’t match up well with the civilian world. However, it’s not always about the tasks you did, but the skills you leveraged to do those tasks. Even if a civilian employer might not understand the