Military Transition-Career Management: American Job Centers

  Military transition is difficult enough when returning to civilian life.  Imagine what that translates to when it comes to employment search.  Do you know what your Military Occupation Specialty/Military Occupation Code (MOS/MOC) translate to in a civilian job?  Have you gone through the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) before you left the military?  Have you … Read more

Are You A Military Spouse?

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Military spouses are defined by the dictionary as persons whose spouses (wife or husband) are members of the nation’s armed forces.  That sounds so mundane, but they are so much more.  They are the hidden heroes, the military caregivers, and the ones who do whatever is necessary to take care of the family.  They are the ones who keep the home fires burning while their Soldier is deployed, on active duty (AD), on temporary duty (TDY), on temporary additional duty (TAD), on active duty for training (ADT), on annual training (AT)…

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