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A Prototype Toolkit for Helping Veterans Communicate to Private-Sector Employers About the Nontechnical Skills Developed in the Military

Veterans have a great deal to offer to potential civilian employers, including valuable nontechnical skills, such as leadership, decisionmaking, being dependable, and attention to detail. However, for veterans, communicating with civilian employers about the nontechnical skills they have developed in the military can be challenging, because military and civilian workplace cultures and languages can seem radically different from one another. Continue reading here…

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