🤣🤪You'll hit the ground running and not have the time to look back. I retired in 96 and never regretted it other than the folks I left behind. Business community will love that you served and should help you get your foot in the door and the monthly check sure helps (if they still do that). Make some money and get ready for the next adventure called old age retirement. CWO
Yeah, right. Businesses won't really try to beat your door down for having served. That's old school propaganda that doesn't really happen in today's world.
I assume you are an officer and that's the only advantage that you will have. A combination of education and administrative management is similar to the experiences of business management personnel, so they will feel that they understand your skill set and be more prone to hire you for those reasons, not because you were in the military. Other than that, your military experience is considered more of a problem for the average business person, especially if you had ground combat experience. HR feels that prior service personnel that have had ground combat time are just time bombs waiting to slaughter every employee in the building.
Build a resume that stresses your education, service schools that relate to personnel management and HR skills are good. Also stress the jobs that you've had that put you in direct management positions, people management is a strong benefit. Don't forget to point out your interpersonal communication with higher authorities, civilians like to know that you understand office politics and are OK with it.