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SundayMarch 26, 2017

Resume tips for individuals transitioning out of the military

Quick Military Transition Guide: Seven Steps to Landing a Civilian JobST. PAUL, Minn. — Individuals who are transitioning from military to civilian life have numerous details to sort out, including how to translate their experience on resumes. In her new booklet, Quick Military Transition Guide, author Janet Farley pinpoints which military words and phrases should be excluded from resumes.

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Consider a franchise? Consider a franchise consultant!

CH (CPT) Craig Bailey

My name is Chaplain (CPT) Craig Bailey. I currenlty serve in the Alabama Army National Guard. In addition to my chaplain duties and pastoring a small church, I serve as a Franchise Consultant specializing in veterans and military members interested in becoming a "Frantrepreneur" and owning their own business.

Hey soldier! Want to be a frantrepreneur? Have you ever considered becoming...

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StartWire Helps Unemployed Claim Benefits

StartWireLebanon, NH (May 9, 2012) – StartWire™, a game-changing Internet job search organizer, today launched a first-of-its-kind application for unemployed job seekers – the StartWire Unemployment Work Search Organizer. With all 50 states requiring unemployed benefit claimants to track their work search on a weekly basis, the StartWire Unemployment Work Search Organizer automates the often-manual task of job tracking to receive benefits.

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Technology is a must-use tool to promote your new business

Entrepreneurship QuizzesIf you’re starting a new business, technology can be your most helpful marketing tool. In his new book, Entrepreneurship Quizzes, author John J. Liptak, Ed.D., discusses the best ways to use technology to benefit your business.

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Why I Won’t Hire You

RejectedI will be very honest with you in this post. Most interview articles only show obvious mistakes, as if most people don’t know showing up late is bad form. I will tell you the things I didn’t really know about until I was the one interviewing, and interviewing for a variety of positions and person-types. No interview prep article ever prepared me in the right way for how interviewers really think. That is what I will be sharing with you today.

When you first walk in to my office, I am expecting you to be one of the 99%+ people who I know I won’t hire in the first 5 minutes. I am hoping I will be proven wrong, because I really want to hire you and be done interviewing. Unfortunately, most people looking for jobs don’t deserve them. Here are the most common ways I know you don’t deserve any job I have to offer.

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