Are You A Problem-Solver? These 10 Companies Want Employees Like You
If you had a technical military occupational specialty, there are a number of civilian jobs looking for candidates like you.
Here’s What Reservists And Guardsmen Need To Know About Job-Seeking In The Private Sector
Retired Army Brig. Gen. Carol Eggert explains how, with the right company, National Guard and Reserve members can balance both their military service and a career in the private sector.
A contractor makes adjustments to the wind turbine 120 feet above Buckhorn Recreation Area at Black Butte Lake, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District park, near Orland, Calif. Installation of the turbine atop the pylon took place March 13, 2013
These Are 5 Of The Fastest Growing Job Industries In America
If you’ve recently separated from the military, or are a military spouse, check out careers in these growing fields.
Marine vet Brendan Hart in 2004 at Guantanamo Bay.
This NY Vet Went From Enlisted Marine To CEO Of His Own Startup
This Marine turned entrepreneur credits his expanding circle of friends as a major force in his post-service success.
U.S. Army Sgt. Chris D. Martinez, a truck driver with the 2220th Transportation Company, Arizona National Guard, guides a Palletized Loading System truck into a staging area near Winnemucca, Nev., on July 9, 2012.
This Company Is Hiring Vets In These 3 Career Fields Right Now
This Hirepurpose partner company is actively looking to hire veterans of all ranks and backgrounds in sales, logistics, and maintenance jobs.
Marines see their shadow on Groundhog Day job tour
Stop Reaching Out To The Wrong Military Candidates
Are your military job postings getting the attention they deserve or filling up with all the wrong military backgrounds?
Pfc. Alejandro Ruiz, a Hawthorne, Calif., native, now a forward observer with A Battery, 1st Field Artillery Regiment, 84th Battalion, 170th Infantry Brigade Combat Team sets up Lightweight Laser Designated Ranger Firerers at Combat Outpost Quasar, Afghanistan March 20, 2011.
5 Insurance Companies That Veterans Should Seriously Check Out Today
These 5 insurance companies are offering great job opportunities for vets of all ranks.
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Luis Tunake receives a surprise telephone call from President Barack Obama at Forward Operating Base Sharana, Afghanistan, Dec. 24, 2009.
How To Prepare For A Phone Interview
Here are a few tips to prepare for a successful phone interview.
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How To Prepare For A Job Interview
Watch this video for quick tips to get you ready for a job interview.
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What Hiring Managers Look For In A Job Interview
Hiring managers explain how you can demonstrate your strengths in an interview.
Senior Airman James McKenzie, a client systems technician with the 436th Communications Squadron, trouble shoots a computer issue Jan. 19, Dover Air Force Base, Del.
How To Craft The Perfect Follow-Up Email After A Civilian Job Interview
A thoughtful follow-up email can help illustrate your interest in a civilian job.
Staff Sgt. Douglas Avery, answers a list of questions for potential Army recruits in the United States.
How To Write About Your Combat Experience In Your Resume
When writing your resume, don’t let the wrong language keep you from landing the job you’re qualified for.
Sgt. Lisa Pressman said she uses the Internet Cafe email every day to keep in touch with her family.
5 Smart Ways Veterans Should Be Using LinkedIn
LinkedIn is a great place for veterans to find jobs.
Spc. Conklin with the Nebraska National Guard, writes his essay during the last event of the day for the Task Force Gridley Soldier of the Quarter Competition on March 21 in Paktika province, Afghanistan.
The Most Common Mistakes Veterans Make On Their Resumes
Don’t blow your chance at a job by making one of these mistakes on your resume.