NH Learning Solutions Blog
If you’ve had a difficult time transitioning from active duty to the civilian workforce, you’re not alone. It often seems that military skills don't easily translate to a civilian résumé, and it can be tricky to demonstrate to employers how your military skills can add value to their workplace. However, in the current job climate, you can find many high-growth career opportunities where that’s not a problem. From cybersecurity to compliance managers, here are nine in-demand jobs where your military skills are valued. Read on to find out how to qualify for each.
Shane Berry is a member of the Michigan Army National Guard 25Q and a recent student with New Horizons. Shane had a passion for technology before joining the military and that passion continued while he served, working as a Communications MOS (Military Occupational Specialty) in the Army. New Horizons was recommended by another soldier in Shane’s unit. Shane soon reached out to investigate his options.
Martin Del Rio is a new Veteran Career Specialist with New Horizons. Martin is a proud veteran himself who recently served as the Chicagoland and Indiana State Army Wounded Warrior Advocate with the Armed Forces Services Corporation in partnership with the Department of Defense from 2015 to 2018.