Being able to promote oneself is a crucial set of abilities that most of us won’t have to think about during our military service (those serving in the most senior ranks may be an exception to this). While you may have had to apply for a difficult or high-profile military role, odds are you were largely allocated to places throughout your career. You must learn to promote yourself while deciding on your future professional path after the service because you will be entering a very competitive atmosphere for many chances. Expanding your connections, progressing your development and skills, interpreting your experiences, polishing interviewing skills, and keeping your CV and LinkedIn page up to date aren’t things you can manage to put on the back burner once you’ve landed your first post-military job. These are the axes you must maintain. You will rely on them to be competitive throughout your working years.
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