Ava Collins is from Walnut Creek, California, and has a bachelor’s degree in human resource management. She is an online marketing associate with Hicks Professional Group, as well as HR Manager, and takes care of Hicks' office administration work. Ava has a true knack for recognizing IT talent, and excellent people skills that prove beneficial in every professional endeavor she takes on. In her free time, she loves to travel; that is when she is not offering her time to social services.
In your search for the perfect civilian job after the military, you’ve most likely heard that creating a LinkedIn profile is a vital part of the process. Everyone says it works wonders to boost your visibility, and any time now, you’ll start getting those calls. Any time… It’s only been…
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Your transition to civilian life after serving in the military is always stressful, whether it’s at home or in a social setting. Trying to decide which career you’d be best suited for or hunting for a job can be time-consuming and exhausting. One of the best ways to ensure your success is to find the motivation to actually start the process --- it just gets easier from there.