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by Jon Mitchell

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0749455306, Paperback)

Every year 250,000 men and women leave the US military for other work.  This book offers career answers to servicemen and -women doing just that.  Author Jon Mitchell, a job recruiter who specializes in job placement for military veterans, offers exercises, tools, case studies, and tips designed to ease the transition from active duty to the civilian workforce.  The book includes advice on resume preparation, interview techniques, working with job recruiters, and evaluating job offers.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:03:49 -0400)

This book offers career answers to servicemen and -women leaving the military. Author Jon Mitchell is a job recruiter who specializes in job placement for military veterans. He offers exercises, tools, case studies, and tips designed to ease the transition from active duty to the civilian workforce. The book includes advice on resume preparation, interview techniques, working with job recruiters, and evaluating job offers.… (more)

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