Making Grunts Marketable in the Civilian World

Marines in ground combat jobs aren't confident their skills will help them land post-military careers, new survey data shows, and the Corps wants to hook them up with tools that can change that.

Leathernecks serving in aviation and logistics military occupational specialties, or MOSs, saw promise that what they're doing in the military is setting them up for civilian jobs later on, officials with Manpower and Reserve Affairs found. The findings were part of the service's first Exit and Milestone Longitudinal Survey, which Marines at different career points were asked to complete in fiscal 2018.

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