The Importance of Choices: Job, Location, and Compensation

The Importance of Choices: Job, Location, and Compensation
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Online Event

Throughout our careers -- and, in particular, our military careers -- we often merely “followed orders” and moved our families to new locations as we took whatever job the assignments officer, detailer, or monitor decided was best for our service. For military spouses, those moves often meant leaving established employment in one location and venturing into a complete unknown.

 

Guess what: All that has or will soon change. As you transition from service, or you move between civilian career opportunities, your decisions are based on personal considerations and economic motivators. Now, the control is in your hands.

 

MOAA can help shed light on some of the significant factors involved in career transition decisions. Regardless of where you are in the transition process – entering the market for the first time, or simply seeking civilian career advancement -- tune in for an information-packed webinar on the importance of choices when it comes to job, location, and compensation. This guidance will help you choose your next best life!

 

Join MOAA’s program director for engagement and career transition services, Capt. Pat L. Williams, Ph.D., PHR, USN (Ret), for tips and techniques on making some of the most important choices in your career transition.

 

Can’t make it? No problem. Register now for the webinar and we’ll send you a link to the recording.

MOAA’s Virtual Career and Transition Toolkit

This event is one of several being presented by MOAA over the coming weeks as MOAA members and others in the military community seek career and financial guidance through uncharted terrain. Some of the events are listed below; click the links to learn more or to register, and click here to get more details about the series.

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