Military to Civilian Résumés
You have spent the last two, four, or even twenty+ years voluntarily serving our country and are now ready to "re-enter" or in some cases "enter" the workforce. Whether your ideal job is working for a private company or getting on with local, state, or federal agencies, making the jump from active duty into the civilian or government sector can be an ominous task. So how do you make a smooth and seamless transition? What skills must you showcase in order to be seen as a viable candidate by hiring managers' cross-industry?
Our number one goal is to help you meet your career objectives swiftly and successfully. Whether you are an Officer or Enlisted, served in our armed forces for just a short time or made a career of it, you are confronted with similar challenges. You have received considerable on-the-job experience and have an impressive background, but depending on your position and training, it may narrow your appeal requiring a targeted approach.
Unless you are vying for an equivalent position or know how to draw attention to your strengths, downplay your deficiencies, market your abilities, and parallel your advanced training, your specialized education may be a detriment to your capacity to land a competitive job and may actually limit available opportunities. Your resume specialist will work with you one-on-one to determine how to best highlight your intangible qualities and accentuate your comparable experience, skill set, and achievements.
As a Seasoned Professional with a decorated military background you have ample experience, of this there is no doubt. Knowing how to emphasize that experience and making it relatable to the civilian sector is an entirely different matter. Don't take a chance on your future. Put FrontRunner to work for you today. Getting started is quick, easy, and best of all, affordable.
Spouses of current service members will receive a 15% military discount off all Seasoned Professional or Executive packages (discounted price will depend on level/years of experience).