Veterans entering the civilian workforce are desirable candidates for employment due to their military skillsets. Many veterans looking to change careers utilize One-Stop Career Centers that offer employment strategies to meet the need of a veteran.
Michael Burk, an active service member with the US Air Force took full advantage of the services provided at the Yuba County One-Stop in Marysville, CA.
“Definitely make use of all the resources available,” Burk said when asked what veterans can do to set themselves up for a post-military career.
Burk spent the last two decades working as an aircraft load master, a position that loads cargo onto cargo planes. Now, he is now looking to enter the civilian workforce in the field of cyber security.
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