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18 G.I. JOBS | SEPTEMBER 2018 | GIJOBS.COM FIND YOUR CALLING Telecommunications companies are committed to hiring tens of thousands of vets, and many positions don't require degrees to get started. BY ANDREA LOVAS THE TELECOM SECTOR is rife with opportunities that align perfectly with the skills and experiences of veterans just like you. For starters, degrees aren't required for many positions, which is a boon to the thousands of vets who choose to transition right into careers without first attending college. This industry also demands innovative leaders who are skilled at using technology and have excellent customer- service and relationship- management skills, requirements veterans often fit to a T. "At T-Mobile, we've found veterans often make the strongest leaders and are high performers, and we are committed to helping give them access to the best job opportunities available. To show our commitment, we've pledged to hire 10,000 veterans and military spouses in the next five years, and we're getting closer to this goal every day," says Donna Wright, senior manager of Military and Diversity Sourcing for T-Mobile. INDUSTRY INTEL TELECOMMUNICATIONS You'll plan, implement, upgrade or monitor security measures for the protection of computer networks and information. You may ensure appropriate security controls are in place that will safeguard digital files and vital electronic infrastructure and respond to computer security breaches and viruses. Knowledge of computers, programming and/or telecommunications may be required. CYBER SECURITY ANALYST HOT JOB IN TELECOM $95,510 Bachelor's or equivalent experience 15% or higher growth through 2026 MEDIAN SALARY

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