Career Progression: How to advance in your career

Career Progression: How to advance in your career

A recent report by Deloitte, Veterans Work: Moving on Report, found that 70% of veterans under 30 say 'career progression' is the most important factor when searching for a civilian job. Interestingly, a previous report by Deloitte, Veterans Veterans Work: Recognising the potential of ex-Service personnel, found in addition to offering a broad range of skills, a majority of employers reported that ex-military employees are promoted more quickly (53%). So how can you be part of the 53%?

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How did you decide on your career after the military?

How did you decide on your career after the military?

Veterans Work, a consortium of organisations including Deloitte, the Forces in Mind Trust and the Officers’ Association, are carrying out a survey to understand the experiences of veterans in finding employment after leaving the military. The findings from the research will be used to understand whether any further support would be useful and they would like to hear about your own experience.

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Veterans' job scheme: Australian PM urges businesses to hire more ex-military personnel

Veterans' job scheme: Australian PM urges businesses to hire more ex-military personnel

The Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull has announced the government will establish an advisory committee of corporations that will help industry develop strategies to recruit and retain veterans in employment. 

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New Data From Deloitte Reveals 'Stark Disconnect Between The Rhetoric And The Reality' Of Veteran Employment

New Data From Deloitte Reveals 'Stark Disconnect Between The Rhetoric And The Reality' Of Veteran Employment

A comprehensive report, published today by Deloitte in collaboration with Armed Forces charities the Forces in Mind Trust and the Officers’ Association, reveals a “stark disconnect between the rhetoric and the reality” of veteran employment. We take a look at some of the key findings in the report, which features recommendations on what more can be done to support veteran employment, from Managing Director of SaluteMyJob, Andrew Jackson.

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