Leaving the Armed Forces is a large adjustment. As the time comes for your partner or spouse to transition into civilian life, Saskia Harper asks: What guidance is available for military families going through resettlement?
Job interviews are an integral part of the recruitment process, and everyone will experience a job interview at some point in their career. There are simple steps necessary to ace any interview, and confidence is the secret.
The landscape and arboricultural industries are a popular choice for service leavers, and it is easy to see why with many potential career paths to choose from. Ground Control is just one organisation paving the way for your civilian career
When you return to civvy street it is important to find a job hat you enjoy and utilises your skills. Job fairs, skills workshops and courses can help you identify your areas of expertise, learn new skills and find the job that is right for you.
Your time in the military has equipped you with numerous skills that are extremely valuable on civvy street. It can be hard to know how to market yourself to employers, but there’s support out there to help you find a career you’ll excel in.