February 2, 2007, Newsletter Issue #49: Your Military Career Path

Tip of the Week

Those in their first years of a military career don't have the benefit of the 'corporate knowledge' their supervisors, First Sergeants, Chiefs and other highly placed people already have. It's a good move to ask the advice of people in these positions about future career moves. What are their recommended choices of assignment? What kind of jobs should you be volunteering for to further your military career?

When you have access to someone representing the top enlisted people in your field, take advantage of any chance to quiz them. One of the best questions to ask? "What can I do during my career to wind up where you are now?" Believe it or not, this is not an arrogant-sounding question, if you use tact. The wisdom you get could change the course of your military career.

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