Why Are You Employable

Leadership skilled

You are put into roles of leadership early on in your service in a much more intensified environment which is beyond the capacity of someone in a normal civilian career making you a clear asset to business.

Team Player

All members of the military work in a team environment from the moment they begin their training. Whether that team be large or small, all provide effort individually to achieve and complete the task at hand.

Work Ethos

Veterans quite literally depend on each other for their lives which makes their work ethos unparallel. Their success and life depend on everyone in their team, making for very strong work ethos. They are experienced in regime and working unsociable hours and of course in non-traditional working environments.

Task Focused

They are always focused on the mission. Rather than clock watching, military professionals focus on the success of their missions and seeing it through strategically.

Cleared Through Checks

Before entering the military, extensive checks were completed to ensure security clearances, therefore, hiring veterans comes with a lot less risk. Not to mention how it saves money for businesses as these investigations can be transferred with status.

Transferrable Skills

Not only do veterans have many valuable transferable skills, they are trained at the highest level, making them quick at learning and adjustable to situations. Their training also has a strong emphasis not only on technology, but sales, management and operations which goes above and beyond the expectations of civilians.

Contributors

You can guarantee a veteran will contribute a great deal to the business from day one. They were frequently challenged and put under pressure and encouraged to use their initiative even in the most heightened scenarios.

Gov Assistance

Many veterans will be given government support for paid relocation. This can vary on amount per individual, but can help in being attractive to a potential employer.

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