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Resume TLC


Mike Salaka New York, NY

I have nine years of US Army logistical operation experience. My graduate degree include MBA, MSA and currently pursuing Executive MPA from the Columbia University. Federal Resume assistance

26 September 2017 8 replies Resumes & Cover Letters



Deb Yeagle Tampa, FL

Thanks for your service!
I would be happy to review your resume. If there is a specific Federal job opportunity that you are seeking, then please send me the link to the USAJOBS job announcement so I can help you tailor your resume to that position.
Please send both via private message at your convenience.
Thanks again!

27 September 2017 Helpful answer


Scott Given Raleigh, NC


Instead of taking the traditional path of working for someone, why don't you take the path of providing products and services to the federal government. You can become a broker for multiple companies who provide product and services and match them to the government bids.

28 September 2017 Helpful answer


John Green Cary, NC

Lobsang -

Your credentials are a good start; however, I would like to offer you some insight.

In the US military, logistics are very important and operational planning lays the ground work for what supplies are needed when and where. In the open free market, this segment of the economy has been taken over by robots and computer algorithms that perform "Just In Time" placement of resources when and where they are needed. All the warehouse and now even the truck drivers are replaced with AI and robotics (Walmart, Amazon, UPS, FedEx are examples).

Therefore, to improve your marketability, I suggest you focus some effort on attaining key critical skills, like in the subject areas of AI or Cybersecurity.

Masters degrees are nice, but without the key-critical skills, they are not much use.

Hope this helps.

27 September 2017 Helpful answer


Robert Rahni New York, NY


It was nice to re-connect onboard the USS Intrepid during the live filming of the Halftime Report last week! It’s great to have read how many Advisors are willing to assist you with your federal resume- one local Advisor even offering to meet you in person to discuss - that’s real special! Feel free to send me a message if you’d like some templates and tips/pointers on federal resumes.

Best of luck this semester at Columbia University and let’s keep in touch!

All my best,

16 November 2017 Helpful answer


Scott Pawloski Allen, TX

Hello Mike - Thank you for your service. I would be happy to take a look at the resume. Please send to me when you can.


9 November 2017 Helpful answer


Victor Ramos Mc Lean, VA

We are looking - Interested


1. Visit
2. Click “Drop off your resume here” to add yourself to the transitioning military database for review by our recruiters.
3. To search for jobs of interest and submit to specific jobs, select “search our openings and apply.”
4. Create a login and more detailed profile if it is your first visit to the site. Complete the voluntary self-identification form

Tip from recruiters: Only provide information that is relevant to the position you are applying for. Once you locate the desired job or position, review the job description, required or desired skills, required or desired education, and security clearance requirements. Read all items carefully and note key skills, systems, programs, etc. Tailor your resume to address these specific items using the verbiage in the job posting. There are military translators that may be of help, for example


William Ryan New York, NY

Thank you for your service. Can you post or send me your resume? Glad to meet up in the city one day .


Gail Baccetti Lake Geneva, WI

I would be happy to review your resume, as well. Please forward it in a Word document to



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