Yes, the wisdom in hiring veterans is overwhelming when one considers what it takes to become an accomplished VETERAN.
Few jobs offer the TRAINING, CHALLENGE and TEAM dynamic military service provides. Transitioning to the non-military workforce will only require an employer to decide -- if they want an accomplished professional who truly values a "one-for-ALL-for-one" commitment.…
competitive world—where like it or not--education, experience and accomplishments matter. And if your degree is from an accredited institution of higher learning--there it is.
Bottom line--you're proud of your PhD because it was hard earned and speaks to your discipline, sweat equity, time and money invested in seeing it through to an accomplished goal. As a recruiter I like that in candidates I approach, or who approach me.
It’s ludicrous to suggest a person who lists an MBA, RN (Registered Nurse), CIA (Certified Internal Auditor), or any other valid certification “The other letters” you have a problem with “has some warts they want to hide.” It’s actually the reverse—they have something to crow about.…