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Thursday, May 5, 2011

The Range Reviews: Tactical: Getting a Contracting Job

Getting an Overseas Job as a Contractor!
© 2011 Albert A Rasch and
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles
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Jobs are scarce, of that there is no doubt. The cost of living is sky-rocketing out of control, no question there. If you have ever considered Overseas Contracting, now is the time.

I wrote a primer that might be of some help to anyone trying to get into the Contracting business.

The Range Reviews: Tactical: Getting a Contracting Job

"Recently I recieved a very polite email from a young man desiring to become a contractor out here in Afghanistan. He had found several of my posts on Afghanistan and US Government contracting and got in touch with me with some very good questions. I thought it would be interesting to discuss it and perhaps help a few of you out with some pointers."

I've written down a few helpful hints and put together a checklist for anyone interested.

Best Regards,
Albert “Afghanus” Rasch
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles
Albert Rasch In Afghanistan

4 comments:

Michael Lee said...

Let me go take a look at it; not that I am thinking of heading out there, but... well you just never know do you.

Keep your fletching dry!
Michael Lee
Michael Lee's Stickbow Archery Blog
Stickbow Archery.com

Michael Spinelli said...

Albert,
I've emailed you.

Cheers,
Mike S.

Nebraska Hunting Company said...

Nice article, good to know that youre willing to lend a hand and teach people the ropes!

Scott Croner

Johnny Storme said...

Yeah, I just sent you one too.

Storme
http://stbest.blogspot.com/