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Careers for the Twenty-First Century - Military (Careers for the Twenty-First Century) (Hardcover), by Sheri Bell-Rehwoldt. Lucent Books; 1 edition (September 30, 2005).
Today's U.S. military offers many challenging and rewarding careers for those interested in helping to safeguard the United States. This book looks at six careers in depth: pilot, special forces member, intelligence specialist, security forces member and electronics repairer.  Information

Military Advantage (Paperback), by Lynn Vincent. LearningExpress, LLC (April 25, 2001).  Information

Military to Federal Career Guide: Ten Steps to Transforming Your Military Experience into a Competitive Federal Resume (Paperback), by Kathryn K. Troutman (Author), Emily K. Troutman (Technical Editor), Ed Roscoe (Foreword). The Resume Place; Book & CD-ROM edition (January 30, 2006).
This book is a one-stop source for Federal employment with stp-by-step, comprehensive and concise instruction to gaining a career federal career after the military. The top 5 things you learned from reading the book: 1. How to network into the Federal workforce 2.Benefits of Gaining a Federal job 3. The difference between a traditional and Federal resume 4. How to write a Federal resume 5. How to search for Federal jobs.  Information  

Opportunities in Military Careers, revised edition (Opportunities in) (Paperback), by Adrian A. Paradis. McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (September 22, 2005).
Are you looking for the latest information to open the door to the career of your dreams? Opportunities in Military Careers covers a range of jobs in this sector, from those that require high school and trade school to associate, four-year, and graduate degrees. You'll find up-to-date salary statistics, training requirements, as well as the lowdown on life on the job. This comprehensive, no-nonsense guide takes the stress out of launching a career that's both satisfying and financially rewarding. Information

The Marine Corps in Action (U.S. Military Branches and Careers) (Library Binding), by Nathan Aaseng. Enslow Publishers (October 2001). Information

The Military Spouse's Complete Guide to Career Success: Finding Meaningful Employment in Today's New Global Marketplace (Paperback), by Janet I. Farley. Impact Publications (February 25, 2008).
Helps military spouses develop an effective job search and successfully manage their careers despite the challenges associated with the military lifestyle. Packed with useful resources, inspirational stories, and practical career tools. Covers self assessment, networking, resume writing, interviewing for a job, and starting a business. Whether users are married to an active-duty, reserve, or retired soldier, sailor, airman, or marine, this book offers practical information that can be immediately used for finding jobs.  Information

The U.S. Air Force and Military Careers (Paperback), by Wilson Camelo. Enslow Publishers, Inc. (August 1, 2007).
Whether soaring above the battlefields of the twentieth century or delivering precision air strikes during the wars in Iraq, U.S. Air Force pilots have long been the guardians of the sky. Author Wilson Camelo relates the distinguished history of this organization and takes the reader inside its current operations, cutting-edge aircraft, and exciting careers.  Information

The U.S. Army and Military Careers (Paperback), by Earle Rice Jr. Enslow Publishers, Inc. (December 1, 2007).
This well done volume works for career information and also works for information on the history of the military.  Information

The U.S. Coast Guard And Military Careers (The U.S. Armed Forces and Military Careers) (Library Binding), by Judy Silverstein Gray. Enslow Publishers (June 2007).  Information

What to Expect in the Military: A Practical Guide for Young People, Parents, and Counselors (Hardcover), by P. J. Budahn. Greenwood Press (September 30, 2000).
For many young people weighing the pros and cons of joining the military, the details of what their lives would be like in uniform are often a mystery. How tough is boot camp really? How much freedom would I have? What is the fine print for pay and veterans benefits? This unique guide provides a mix of factual information and practical advice from the author of a half-dozen books that translate military-ese into simple English. Students, parents, and counselors can use this helpful guide to make informed decisions about whether or not military life is right for them. Delivered in a friendly style by Budahn, who draws upon 30 years' experience writing about the military for civilian publications, this volume looks at four different phases of the journey from civilian society into the military: making the decision to join, boot camp and the first years in uniform, the military as a long-term job, and veteran's benefits. Factual details, practical advice, stories from young people now on active duty, and even humor are sprinkled throughout its pages. Future service members will learn how the recruitment process works, what boot camp basics are, what the rules of the military are, what types of benefits to expect as a veteran, as well as a wealth of other details concerning this unique career choice. Such information as military pay, military abbreviations and acronyms, and major medals awarded is also included. Students, parents, and counselors can use this helpful guide to make informed decisions about whether or not military life is right for them. Information


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