Perhaps the easiest transition of them all. Your security clearance is the golden ticket to a job with a defense contractor. Intelligence and operations offer a diverse set of opportunities - there are even international jobs to be had.
You might manage network security systems or work on development, installation and modification of computer operating systems. Or you might deal with security and telecommunications issues. Almost every industry has jobs to fill.
Education/Experience: Requires a bachelor's degree with at least 5 years of experience in the field.
You'll install, fix and maintain equipment at sites around the country, as well as repair and replace parts. You might also train others. You can work on just about anything that goes into a building or factory.
Education/Experience: Requires a bachelor's degree in area of specialty and 6-8 years of experience in the field or in a related area.
Logistics is a natural for vets, who have a good understanding of supply-chain procedures. There's a broad range of work choices, from warehouses to ports to shipping-company hubs to the circus. You'll monitor quality, cost and efficiency of moving goods (or tigers) from place to place and negotiate with customers and suppliers.
Education/Experience: Requires a bachelor's degree with at least 8 years of experience in the field.
You've done this before, leading enlisted personnel through training and teambuilding exercises. Technical trainers focus on equipment and computers. Business trainers touch on everything from procedures to branding. In addition to classroom work, you'll design and implement programs, as well as research new training techniques.
Education/Experience: Requires a bachelor's degree and at least 4 to 7 years of experience.