In our previous post we discussed the preparation required to be successful in a telephone interview. We are now going to complete the exercise by dealing with the interview itself.
We are assuming that you have created your research and prepared the room and now you are ready to get to work. Remember one of my favorite [...]
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Pay & Health Care
When it comes to financial benefits, the Navy amounts to much more than a competitive paycheck. Like significant tax incentives. Retirement income. And, of course, comprehensive health-care coverage. When you add it all up, the entire package is tough to beat – from nearly every angle.
In the [...]
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There are four core methods of job search and I encourage job seekers to use all of them. When you are in search, looking for a job is your full-time job and you should plan to dedicate 35-40 hours per week to your search or a percentage of that it you are searching while employed. [...]
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