Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Tracy J. Smith

There’s a high demand for professionals who know their way around technology equipment, computers, programming languages, technical project management, and data. Because of this, Hirepurpose partner companies in all business sectors — from gaming to manufacturing — are frequently seeking individuals who have spent their time in the military working as software engineers, information security analysts, and network administrators.

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U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Bryan Nygaard

Every veterans above the rank of E-1 has had some leadership experience. When you join the civilian sector, some companies have management training programs that take your existing leadership skills and help you apply them to a new industry. You have what these companies are looking for.

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Photo by Photo by Jose RodriguezSantana.

As business grows more complex, so do business processes. New initiatives, new ideas, new products; they all have one thing in common: They need a project manager. Project managers are the key to accountability in many aspects of company life. If you are a veteran with a background in project management, these five companies are looking for you.

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U.S. Air Force photo by Val Gempis

In the information age that we live in, many opportunities abound for transitioning service members and veterans who know their way around technology equipment, computers, programming languages, technical project management, and data. With such a high demand for skilled professionals, Hirepurpose partner companies in all business sectors — from gaming to manufacturing — are frequently seeking individuals who have spent their time in the military working as software engineers, information security analysts, and network administrators.

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Technology is ubiquitous — it pervades every aspect of our lives. It’s no wonder that job growth in the tech industry has outpaced private sector job growth by a rate of three to one since 2004.  In a 2012 study by the Bay Area Economic Institute, tech jobs earn between 17% to 27% more other fields, have a low unemployment rate, and offer a demand that will steadily increase through at least the year 2020.

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U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Austin Mayfield

Transitioning veterans who are looking to get in on the ground floor at military-friendly companies can explore entry-level opportunities with a number of Hirepurpose partners. These great organizations are known for empowering their employees and providing professional advancement to get former service members started in new fields or expand on the skills they learned in the military.

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