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The US Marine Corps offers an EAP.
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The employee assistance program is very helpful.
Depends on who is in your command and how much they like you. So if you have a bad rep you could be screwed with trying to find a job until you get out.
Excelent but will effect the member career depending on counseling outcome
Always there for the employees
When I retired, the USMC set up a mandatory 1 week class in which they brought in professionals from a broad spectrum to assist in our search for employment once we left the service. It was 1st class.
The transition assistance program now has three paths. A Marine has the opportunity to get specialized information on entrepenuer path, college path, and business path. There are workshops for resumes and interview tactics.