In many ways, the United States military is one of the most successful middle-class jobs programs ever created. No matter what someone’s background is, they can join the military, learn a new skill while working, and leave with years of experience and education under their belt.
In this episode, Dr. Gary Deel talks to Joel Beam about his career as a Navy SEAL and the challenges he faced when applying his unique skillset to the corporate world.
By Dr. Chuck Russo and D.C. Rand
Officers are accustomed to making quick decisions based on limited information. Learn how such skills can translate to a second career, especially when working for companies that operate on tight timelines or in rapidly changing environments.
The DSS has more than 2,500 special agents, security engineering officers, security technical specialists and diplomatic couriers working and traveling worldwide.
Military pay and benefits are one of the most transparent compensation systems in America. A cursory Google search will provide ample charts showing exactly what you earn if you are, say, an E-6 with five years of service.
By Dr. Gary Deel
While at a conference for disabled children at an Orlando hotel, an attendee was approached by a security officer. In the first article in this series, read about the assault and the litigation that followed to determine the hotel’s responsibility.
By Dr. Gary Deel
Paul was vacationing on South Beach in Miami when he was paralyzed in a swimming accident outside his beachfront hotel. Read the first of a seven-part series determining party responsibility for his life-changing injuries.
By Michele Ice
From equipment to cancer awareness, the fire service is constantly evolving and improving. As one firefighter transitions into retirement, she reflects on the earliest days of her career and how she's seen the fire service progress.