Mistakes to Avoid When Filing a DBA Claim
In 2016, private contractors accounted for a quarter of the US personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan. These people represent a large group of people that the general public knows almost nothing about. This makes it that much more important that you know and protect your rights while working overseas.  ...
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The DBA Explained: Misconceptions About the Defense Base Act
The Defense Base Act is a lot like regular worker’s compensation insurance. The DBA covers medical bills and lost earning potential for civilian contractors who are injured while working at a US Defense Base oversees. As with any insurance process, filing a claim under the Defense Base Act can be ...
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What It’s Like Working for the US Embassy in Another Country
It is a great honor to take a job working at the U.S.embassy. You represent and serve your country by giving your skills, time, and expertise.  Working at the U.S. embassy in some parts of the world may also require sacrifice. While you get many opportunities for travel, challenging work, and ...
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A Beginner’s Guide to Working for the Military as a Civilian
New jobs are always a case of adapting to the new rules and mindsets. This new job acclimation goes into overdrive when dealing with the military. Working for the military as a civilian can be a massive change to how you might deal with a job. There are dozens ...
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