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Anita Bruzzese column: Veteran says 2 years needed to prep for private sector

Those who've made the switch offer resources to help others

2:36 PM, Nov. 3, 2013
Anita Bruzzese
Anita Bruzzese
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Joe Kearney retired from the Army in May after 23 years and has two words of advice for fellow veterans who will be looking for a job in the private sector: "Start early."

Kearney, who now works as a project manager for Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson in Plano, Texas, says jobs are out there for veterans, but finding them takes a lot of planning and hard work.

Sitting by a scenic lake near his Ericsson office, Kearney recalls a brief stint as a government contractor after leaving the military and uses the lake as an analogy for his job-hunting strategy. ...

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