L is for the love that you have for your military career. You loved serving your country and you were good at it. As you contemplate your transition to the civilian world, take a look at how you can enhance your skills sets with civilian based credentials. See http://www.careeronestop.org/EducationTraining/KeepLearning/GetCredentia....
O is for occupation. In many cases, some of the jobs that you held while serving will be obsolete in the civilian world. However, the practical applications that you learned will be valuable, such as supervisory experience, teamwork to accomplish goals, problem solving, working with diverse groups of people from various cultures and successful collaboration to solve problems, save time, save revenue and save man-hours. So take a look at the ONET codes and select similar career trails for civilian jobs that appear interesting to you. See the ONET Codes at http://www.onetonline.org/crosswalk.
V is for victory! Hiring officials and applicant tracking systems are looking for victorious job seekers and career changers. They are looking to pick up on your successes, achievements, key words from their jobs that fit your previous experiences and specific data that details how you have made a difference in the jobs that you have had with the military. This also includes the victories that you have held in community and family organizations on post in your military communities. Food drives, clothing drives, personal crisis taskforces, and other supports that you may have given to new recruits, new husbands, etc. See more hot jobs and career trends on careerplanner dot com.
E is for enthusiasm. In your resume and other portfolios, hiring officials are looking for your passion to shine through. Many people feel that they have had a job. In fact, you are a career professional and we hope that you have enjoyed your job. Choose descriptors that show your passion, your enthusiasm, your love for your job! Add all of your job descriptors in wordle dot net and you will receive a picture graphic of your career duties. It makes for an interesting graphic.