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Help me brainstorm suitable careers after 20+ years of military service.
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5. Police Officer (Some experience with military Law enforcement, I learned a lot but really did not desire to continue, perhaps physical requirements may limit me.)
6. Accountant (No experience, some desire, it seems that all businesses need to make and keep track of money so there would beplenty of opportunity with education.)
7. Financial Advisor (Really interested could utilize some of my training and counseling skills, but still need extensive education and I have no experience at this point.)
8. Artist (Not very likely, not particularly talented or educated, but I have an interest.)
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A. S. General Studies, Vincennes University
Extensive Computer E-Learning including Ninthhouse, Skillsoft, and
Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s Instructor Preparation Course with
Experienced Rider Course
7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Workshop Facilitator
Master Training Specialist
Afloat Training Specialist
Command Career Counselor
Surface Ship ASW Specialist
Field Taining Officer
Physical Security Specialist
Law Enforcement Watch Commander
Motorcycle Skills Instructor since 1997
Here's the format, I will simply mention the career and then some Advantages or Disadvantages of seeking employment in that field.
1. Teacher(Extensive experience in training and education of adults, no real desire to teach kids.)
2. Human Resources Manager(Probably my closest match to my current work history, but I would likely need a Bachelors degree)
3. Motorcycle Skills Instructor(Interested in training only beginners, few companies offer it. Great as a second job, but will not likely pay the bills as a primary source of income)
4. Risk Management Specialist(good understanding but limited formal training, likely would require a Degree)