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Post Citadel Transition
Transcript of Post Citadel Transition
Next stop - Success
You have the ring.
You are ready to make your move...
OR ARE YOU?
30% ($834) Housing
10% ($311) Utilities & Housing Expenditures
15% ($317) Food (at-home and away)
10% ($311) Transportation (Car Loan?)
10% ($211) Debt repayment (Student Loans & Credit Cards)
10% ($200) Saving
5% ($100) Clothing
5% ($100) Entertainment
5% ($100) Car Insurance & Miscellaneous Personal Expenses
"The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it is the same problem you had last year."
- John Foster Dulles
Life Beyond Lesesne Gateway
Post Citadel Transition
Things to consider when negotiating job offers - understand it is a process!
Understand your Personal Expenses
Now, get to work!
will YOU like the job ?
Details of a Job offer
If you do not ask about these items, it may be assumed you know them.
1. Do you think you will enjoy this job?
2. Are there other offers you want to
3. Are you desperate?
Never assume salary and/or benefits are set in stone or not negotiable. Most organizations
expect some type of negotiations and leave themselves some wiggle room.
You may be
in a position
"SHOW ME THE MONEY!"
If asked, "What are your salary requirements?"
Don't be afraid to say, "What type of salary does this position offer?"
If you do not ask, it may be assumed you know...
"What is the schedule for position?"
You are not here yet
What is your salary?
Now, subtract the following:
decided what direction
to CHOOSE after graduation?
1. WHAT IS YOUR TARGET MARKET?
2. DO YOU HAVE A RESUME and /or
3. IF YOU ARE IN A POSITION TO
INTERVIEW, WHAT WILL YOU
How many job interviews have you had?
You will probably be in a leadership position, but you will not be the expert...
You will be leading people who are older than you. The people reporting to you will have real life situations to consider: Spouses, Kids, Financial and Medical Issues.
Remember, it is not your job to know everything
. Ask for advice from enlisted personnel, NCO’s, and fellow officers
You made it in the door, but now you really hate your job. What should do you do?
A. Scream ?
B. Run Away?
C. Suck It Up
If you dislike your very 1st job,
try to stick it out for AT LEAST 6-9 months
1. You need it to move up in your field.
Some examples - law, healthcare, teaching, higher education, or social services.
2. It helps your professional prospects or may help you increase your responsibility or income
Some examples: MBA, HR, M.Ed., MSCSE or Certification Course related specifically to your field
3. You are focused on this subject and know you will stay in the field.
It is your life mission to purse this field!
1. You don't know what to do with your life.
2. You can't find a job.
3. You hated your major; you want to try something new.
(but are not SURE) that a graduate degree is necessary for your next steps.
5. You have always been curious about
6. You have always wanted to live in
(the place where the grad. school is located).
Do not immediately pursue grad school if you are confused about your direction.
Get work experience instead.
Grad school may not resolve issues of uncertainty, but it will increase your debt.
1. Paid time off like sick days / vacation days
2. Health /Dental/Vision Insurance
3. Paid Prescriptions
4. Retirement benefits: 401(k) plan or a pension
5. Flexible Spending Accounts
6. Life Insurance
7. Long Term/ Short Term Disability Insurance
Some of these items may be negotiable
What exactly constitutes a "benefit"?
These are Examples of Estimates