There are many things in life that we tend to overlook and brush off as not important. Primarily in the business world, small things like greetings, gestures, and simple mannerisms are what can be the difference between whether or not you secure a job. There are many simple gestures that ultimately reflect how a potential employer may perceive you as either a worthy or an unworthy candidate for the job.
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“What do I do now?”
Why are you desired?
Many people view joining the military as an ultimatum to attending college, but is it? The answer is of course not! College degrees are increasingly important and can open opportunities for you that most of us never knew existed. As technology around the world progresses, the military is in need of more tech driven individuals who can help advance military operations through more efficient communication systems, data processing, logistics, and many more tech savvy areas. You’ve probably heard that serving in the military offers post-service college opportunities, but did you know that the military will also cover your student loans for serving post-college? The opportunities are endless! Here we have provided you with a list of a few current, and expanding positions you may be overlooking...
★ Construction- (Interior Electrician, Heavy Construction Equipment Operators, Concrete & Asphalt Equipment Operators, Carpentry and Masonry Specialists)
★ Engineering, Science & Technical- (Radio Operator, Satellite Communications Systems Operator, Information Systems Operator, Psychological Operations Specialists)
★ Electronic/Electrical Repair- (Aircraft Electrician, Avionic Communications Repair, Radio/Communications Security Repair)
★ Health Care- (Animal Care Specialists, Dental Specialists, Optical Laboratory Specialists, Pharmacy Specialists, Respiratory Specialists)
★ Human Resources- (Personnel Administration Specialists, Personnel Information System Management Specialists, Personnel Services Specialists)
★ Media & Public Affairs- (Multimedia Illustrators, Translator/Interpreters, Journalists, Combat Documentation/ Production Specialists, Civil Affairs Specialists, Musicians)
★ Transportation & Supply Services- (Watercraft Operators, Cargo Specialists, Food Service Operations, Laundry and Bath Specialists, Mortuary Affairs Specialists)
★ Protective Services- (Firefighters, Military Police, Internment/ Resettlement Specialists, Criminal Investigations Special Agents
*A more detailed and descriptive list can be found by clicking the following link: https://www.military.com/join-armed-force s/army-jobs.html
Want to Learn More?
We all remember the military recruiters in high-school sitting at the table outside the cafeteria or in the hallway. Most people don’t know that the majority of colleges also have a military recruiter that you can speak with about your interest in a potential service career. Individuals who prefer a specific branch may also go online to GoArmy.com,Navy.com, Airforce.com as well as USCG.mil; where you can locate the nearest military recruiter in your area. Here at Salisbury University students can go to the “Student Military and Veterans Association” located in Holloway Hall 125 to receive further information about the opportunities available for those interested. You may also contact AshleyRivera, PresidentoftheSMVAather SU email; firstname.lastname@example.org
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