Yesterday, I listed 50 objectives from resumes of managers and executives. Today, I have 50 more objectives, but all of these are from military officers transitioning into the civilian workforce. Transitioning from the military is a significant career change. Defining what type of position they are seeking is important.
Sample Civilian and Federal Resumes - Resume Valley
Are you staring at a resume full of military jargon and acronyms, wondering how to make the crossover into the civilian sector? Thousands of individuals who have served in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force successfully transition into civilian jobs each year. The art of military conversion resume writing means understanding how to apply your impressive transferable skills when writing a military to civilian resume. Your professional education and training provided by the military are in high demand in the civilian workforce. Military language, however, can intimidate and confuse the hiring authority in the civilian sector. Busy human resource managers may not easily make the match between your skills and those they are seeking. Using military-speak may slow your transition from the military to a business career.
Everyone has one. They essentially act as a officer record brief or enlisted record brief. Some advice for resumes. No one wants to read about every single thing you did as a Platoon Leader four years ago. It should be a concise, well written and easily understandable summary of your work experience.