Vets Need to Speak the Language of their Next Employer

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Each industry, company, and team communicate with each other in a particular “language” which separates their culture from that of their competitors while relating to their target audience of clients, investors, media, etc. Their internal narrative, tone, phrasing and messaging is what that makes a company’s language unique.

A key part of a job search is understanding the company language. As a veteran transitioning into civilian life you can’t expect to build relationships and earn credibility in a new job if you communicate in a different way than your coworkers,

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