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Craig Guffey Steilacoom, WA

Military vs. civilian career for National Guard soldier

Good morning, Raytheon advisors - Thank you for taking time to do this. I have what I think is a unique challenge. I recently retired...

29 days ago Career Exploration 2 answers

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Timothy Piddington New York, NY

Is it ever too late to transition into certain industries?

Hi, Is it ever too late to transition into certain industries?

29 days ago Career Exploration 5 answers

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Ling Chu Hung Tacoma, WA

Seeking advice, Raytheon Volunteer Day

My understanding is that to work at Raytheon, an outstanding resume will include Security Clearance, Military Experience, and Credentials (both military and civilian.). In my...

29 days ago Career Exploration 3 answers

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Nilda Toro Hialeah, FL

Clearance...?????

I had a TS/SCI but since I am no longer active it was downgraded to Secret. Many positions required a TS but recruiters do...

29 days ago Career Exploration 2 answers

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Nilda Toro Hialeah, FL

How to draw attention from the recruiters?

I think I have a great resume but I think that my seniority is hurting me more into finding opportunities..how to get the attention...

29 days ago Career Exploration 4 answers

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Luis Trevino Lexington Park, MD

Procurement, Program Management, Logistics

Which skill set is the most in demand at a company like Raytheon; Procurement, Program Management or Logistics? Should I expect that these skill sets...

29 days ago Career Exploration 1 answer

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Rick Panlilio Saint Petersburg, FL

Searching for a Raytheon career in the Tampa/St Petersburg FL area

I'm a soon-to-be retiring Navy submariner with three operational command tours under my belt. In addition to the nuclear propulsion and submarine warfare experience I've...

29 days ago Career Exploration 3 answers

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Jorge Figueroa Orlando, FL

Good morning.. Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedules to answer questions and provide advice.

It seems that 98% of the opportunities overseas require a security clearance. Is there a way around the requirement? I was issued a TS in 2013 while...

29 days ago Career Exploration 5 answers

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Luis Trevino Lexington Park, MD

Job search in the DFW area

I will be retiring next summer after 25 years as a Naval Supply Corps Officer. I will be available for civilian employment June/July 2019. I have...

29 days ago Career Exploration 4 answers

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David Vacchi Waxhaw, NC

How can I show my lengthy body of experience without employers viewing me as old (negatively)?

I'm over 50 and have most of 2 careers behind me - need to work for 10-20 more years, but fear age discrimination.

one month ago Career Exploration 4 answers

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