Although, efforts are being made by our government to assist veterans in making the transition to post-military employment, there remains a massive struggle on the part of veterans in making this adjustment successfully,
(PRWEB) November 06, 2014
“More than 200,000 military veterans end their service every year and struggle to find employment. In the next ten years, those figures will increase as a result of a half-trillion dollar cut in projected defense spending. U.S. ground forces will be cut by 100,000 troops over the next decade. Although, efforts are being made by our government to assist veterans in making the transition to post-military employment, there remains a massive struggle on the part of veterans in making this adjustment successfully,” noted author Russ Hovendick in “Deployment to Employment.”
Hovendick, the founder of Directional Motivation, wrote this book to provide military veterans with a step-by-step guide to successfully transition from military service to civilian sector employment. Hovendick recognized the need for a resource from his own personal experiences as a national award-winning executive recruiter working with military job seekers for more than 20 years.
This informative resource has been ranked number one by Amazon’s Hot New Releases and was purchased in bulk by the Veterans Administration, as well as several major civilian companies for military job fairs.
Hovendick is also the author of two additional books that have received national acclaim: “How to interview: What employers want to hear in today’s competitive job market” and “How to get a raise: The correct way to ask for an increase in salary and wages.” Hovendick is a frequent guest on radio and television stations and has been quoted in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, NFIB, GX Magazine, Military Times, Woman’s World, Career Builder and Yahoo.
For more information, visit http://www.directionalmotivation.com
About Directional Motivation:
Directional Motivation is a career and personal development company that was created to provide key resources to help professionals navigate through the transitions of their life and career. Directional Motivation is geared specifically to help people by offering a variety of services that support an individual’s career. Directional Motivation’s services include: interviewing tips, videos, MP3s, books, training materials, and unique services with regards to the military that help individuals with the transition from the military into the private sector.