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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

Military Skills Translator

Use the Military Skills Translator to convert your military experience and discover your new civilian career options at UnitedHealth Group.

Go to UHG’s Transitioning Military page for more information.

#UnitedHealth #Military #Healthcare #careerchange

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

UHG Military Internship Program

The Military Internship Program (MIP), in partnership with DoD Skillbridge, is an innovative and collaborative approach between UnitedHealth Group and all branches of the U.S. Military.

The program is open to all transitioning active duty service members that qualify. Learn more about how the best and brightest work together to make positive change a reality.

Internship options include (Business & Finance, Operations, Clinical Operations, Customer Service and Technology industry). Submit Contact Form for more information or click here if you're ready to apply today!

#UnitedHealth #Military #Internships #Business #Finance #Operations #Clinical #Technology #careerchange

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Elyssa Duncan
Community Specialist
4 months ago

How do you feel your military experience helped your career?

Whether you are an active duty personal or military veteran - I'm curious... how did your military experience contribute to your career path? What skills did you gather from your service?

#veterans #careerdiscovery #military

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John Phillips

The military taught me to be bold. John.

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Deborah Rickley

As a woman veteran I learned to be more confident. I also learned that I don't have to accept unacceptable behavior.

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Carlos Pagan
4 months ago

• Secure Job (always on time pay) • Sense of purpose in life • Opportunity to reach higher position and salary fairly quickly • Constant challenges and improvement in mental and physical aspects • Military benefits

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Brendon Srichan
over 6 months ago

joining

Hi, my name is Brendon if you can I would like to know more about the national guard my email is brendonsrichan [email protected] Com my phone # 850-610-6050

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Ann L Ogle
over 6 months ago

For the flight attendant

With your medical skills, you might see if you qualify for the military reserves. The Navy had a program called Advanced Pay Grade (APG) which allows you to enlist at a higher rate based on your work history, skills, etc. It would provide income and the opportunity to obtain job possibilities. And, if a person has a requirement of earning XX$ before becoming eligible for unemployment benefits, it would help lift that requirement. Best wishes.

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Brian Shultz
over 6 months ago

Is the Military a way out for working poor?

Can't find a good paying job where I can earn enough to support myself . Thinking about the military. Is that still a good choice for displaced young college grads who still can't find a job?

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courtney bacchas
over 6 months ago

Soon to be retired Navy sailor

Thanks for all the advice for my interview. I got the job at home depot.

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Marcus Jordan
over 6 months ago

Recruit Military Pittsburg Job Fair - March 24

Pittsburgh, PA - Recruit Military is sponsoring a FREE hiring event for Veterans, Transitioning Military Personnel, National Guard Members, Reserve Members, and Spouses. - https://events.recruitmilitary.com/events/pittsburgh-veteran-job-fair-march-24-2016#event-exhibitors

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shyamal sarkar
over 6 months ago

Deck officer (2nd officer FG) ,security and safety

I served Indian Navy for 15 years as seaman Petty officer and also worked in merchant vessel for 4 years as a deck officer.I carried out safety and security duties in various Indian Nava ships and its Naval bases.

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