Each year more than 30,000 Marines transition back into the civilian world. With years of wearing the USMC uniform, the civilian workforce leads a different outfit. If you’re facing your EAS or retirement date, getting your work wardrobe ready for your next chapter is important. If you’re not sure where to begin, or you’ve forgotten how to dress for success, here are some do’s and don’ts to help you get started.
Here are some tips to help make space in your closet:
For more information on how to dress for success for your next phase of life, contact your local installation Transition Readiness Program.
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