By InMilitaryEducation Staff
Going from one lifestyle to another can be a bit jarring. For those transitioning from the armed forces back to a mainstream life can better adjust professionally by knowing the new barriers of social networking.
Here are some great nuggets of wisdom from retired United States Marine, Sam Unsworth. He currently volunteers in American Public University System’s Global Mentor Network. In the podcast, link provided below, Sam helps in designing your online and offline networking system. If you’re new to the military, or brand new to civilian life (after years of serving), then this podcast is a great listen to help keep you connected and networking.
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