Depending on your education that you acquired in the army, as well as from your experience, there are really many skills that are of a great range, which you can use in the search for a job that will suit you most and pay the most. Any work history that you may have before going to the army can be of a use too. In the military, you gained knowledge and skills that are important in finding a good civilian job.
During the military service, most of you were in difficult situations who taught you specific experiences and skills, and perhaps you were in situations where you learned and used a variety of technologies. Some of the soldiers had the opportunity to become experts in certain fields, such as law, administration, finance, technology, marketing or communication.
How to start searching
First and foremost is to find a good program through which you will very easily succeed in translating your military occupation into the civilian you need now. This translation serves to make the skills you gained in the military best translated into those that are necessary for civilian professions. There are indeed a large number of organizations that can help you in this step, but there are also a large number of companies that in their structure have the sector that is in charge of recruiting solely military veterans. Both of them, such said companies and organizations can help you translate your military biography into civilian and thus see which jobs best suits your knowledge, experience, but also your desires and needs.
But, as well as for anyone in the labor market who is looking for the next job, this can be a period that will require time, skill and energy. Finding a new job is generally complicated and requires a lot of effort no matter what your previous occupation and experience are. So be prepared to invest a lot of time and energy into it. It is important to actively search and not passively wait for callbacks from companies to which you sent online applications. Do not think that if you need more time to find a job, it means that your skills are not needed or that they are not good enough. Most people look for a job for months, regardless of their professional expertise. This is the process.