When Darren Bishop retired from the Air Force he wasn't sure where he wanted to land. After working in the real estate industry for 3 years, he got bit by the PCS bug and was ready to try something else. He decided he would work his way into USAA. He was able to do that through networking and leveraging a job at a third-party contractor.
Alan Berry has effectively taken his skills as a cyber operator to land an executive level position in the healthcare sector. In this episode of the Eagles Transition podcast Alan talks about how he worked through a rather slow hiring process to land a position he really enjoys.
Many retired military officers work while on terminal leave. They often assume that since they are still residents of states that don't tax income, they don't have to pay state income tax to the state where they work. That is a mistake.
Kevin "KB" Booth has landed himself a great career in a great location. One many senior military officers would enjoy. In this podcast Kevin explains how he effectively used many different methods of networking to land (no pun intended) his position as Airport Director at the Yampa Valley Regional Airport in the Colorado Rockies.
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