What kind of job can an ex-Marine Paper-Pusher get?
I obtained my real estate broker's license in NC in 2003. Unused becuase I also joined the US Marine Corps the same year. I have 4 years experience as an administrative clerk. (Writing correspondence, arranging travel, accounting for personnel, accounting for funds). I've served 2 years in Japan and 2 years in Korea. Lastly I have an Associates in General Studies. I get this feeling that there isn't a good paying job waiting for me out there and that I should stay in the military. Any advice?
Asked By: kguy83 - 2/20/2007
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First of all, Semper Fi Marine. OOO RAH... More
Answered By: celticwarrior7758 - 2/20/2007
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Post your resume on the Internet and see if you generate any interest
Answered By: Fortytipper - 2/20/2007
there is always security...they'll take you in a heartbeat you can go back to your realstate job .. but there are other jobs you can apply that pay well, fedup driver...jamba juice is always hiring....hmmm..i cant think of anything else ...but there are always opportunities
Answered By: Curiously - 2/20/2007
Serve proud brother! After that the real estae market is a great place to make a living. An average realtor makes captain pay or better. If you need a job when you get out I'm in Dallas and always have a job for a jar head
Answered By: Chris L - 2/20/2007
You will never have it as easy as you have it in the military! You should of stayed in. No one will pay you what you made in the Marines for pusing paper! You should of at least stayed in long enough to finish your degree!
Answered By: CSONE - 2/20/2007
I recommend you get a job doing something you like and something that fits into your lifes goals, desires and responsibilities. Use all your military experience and other past experiences to your advantage when explaining to a a potential employer why you are the right person for that job. It is MUCH easier to get a... More
Answered By: William T - 2/20/2007
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