Podcast: How to Translate Military Experience Into the Civilian Market

Podcast: How to Translate Military Experience Into the Civilian Market

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Interview by J. Mason
Special to InMilitaryEducation.com

There is a learning curve associated with military training and business practices. What some soldiers may not realize is that their skills taught through the military have a weighted benefit in the civilian market.

Leadership is a standout skill, and so is follow through. Don’t sell yourself short when translating your training, instead listen to the podcast below for more advice on rolling your experience into a marketable package. I interviewed Mike Harbert, Vice President of Strategic Markets and Relationships at American Military University, on the value of military experience in the business world and civilian market. Check out our great podcast below on how to play up your strengths within the job market.

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