Military transition to civilian employment is a job (project) in itself. Take the time to network and develop relationships with people in the industry or company you are interested. Always thank those you help you. Send a note, email or even better-a card/letter in the mail.
When networking, be sure and be genuine. Think of making a business friend and not just a card with a title. Building long-term business relationships will set off your career in the right direction. Get to know your contacts on a more personal level, if possible. This endeavor is a marathon, not a sprint!
Complete your LinkedIn profile
Stay active on Social Media and in person networking.
Offer to volunteer for causes you believe in or work your interested in pursuing.
If you put your name on it or you're the author; always check your spelling and content. Read it aloud or have a friend, with good grammar skills, review your work.
Kamara Toffolo, Linkedin contributor-
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