What previously was done for you by your uniform and the pins and patches on it is now your resume. Start by translating your skills into civilian terms and identify relevant careers. For help, try these two websites: Military Skills Translator and Military.com. Once you have the first draft of your civilian resume drafted, get it in front of non-military mentors to review it – a staffing partner is a great first stop!
Your resume is a living, breathing document and it should be added to over time – that way you do not have to do an exhausting overhaul every time you want to apply to a new position. Add to it as you obtain new skills and complete new projects. Everything will be fresh on your mind and easier to remember and write out.
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