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Is there a mentor for veterans concerning looking for higher-paying jobs?


Joel Ellis Lutz, FL

I know there are mentors for veterans pulse 911 what about those of us pre-911?

3 March 2022 3 replies Career Advancement



Henry ("Dr. Hank") Stevens Fort Lauderdale, FL

How about exploring and defining your talents first? Here is the link to Carl Jung's assessment (MBTI). There is a kind of vocational interpretation on the site - I have my own. Feel free to query me about the results - if you wish.


Thomas Walsh Manassas, VA

Greetings, if you are still interested I'll give it a shot. Below are some starting questions. Take care & be safe!!!!
1. what are you doing now?
2. what are you good at?
3. if different, what do you want to do?
4. education, certificates, association memberships?
5. willing to move?
6. willing to go to school (Community/University/certificate) to further skills?


Florjan Hyka New York, NY

Hi Joel,

Thank you for reaching out. Here's a list of organizations that can help out:

Have a great rest of your week.


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