Career Resources 2017-05-12T12:38:42+00:00

Career Resources

Getting out of the military and walking right into a civilian career might not be as picture perfect as you were hoping. But the good news is, with a little pre-separation work on your part, you’ll be on your way to that new career in no time. Below you’ll find the best career resources for veterans available, covering topics from resume writing to landing an interview to how to accept a job offer. We’ve made sure we have everything you need, and then some.

Interview Insight

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7 Tips to Crush Your Next Video Interview

As companies seek to control costs while having access to a broad range of candidates, many recruiters are using video interviews as a way to screen potential hires.

Post-9/11 Veterans Find Incredible Careers in Business Services, Where Specialized Firms Provide Services to Other Businesses

Adam Locklin can't decide which is the best part of his job: fighting cybercrime at the financial giant PwC* or ...

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9 Things to Never Say in a Salary Negotitation

Original article by Amy Elisa Jackson You’re 96% sure that you are ready to schedule a meeting with your boss ...

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Resume Writing

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21 Words To Never Include In Your Resume

Original article by Amy Elisa Jackson We have all heard the saying, “You’ll never get a second chance to make a first impression.” This is perhaps most true when it comes to a job resume. ...

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3 Main Things You Need to Know About Applicant Tracking Systems

Have you spent hours applying to jobs posted on company websites only to hear nothing back? Have you been using the same resume over and over again when applying to different jobs? Have you noticed ...

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4 Ways to Make Your Military To Civilian Cover Letter Irresistible

If you haven't done it in a while (or ever), job hunting in the civilian world is confusing and overwhelming. There are corporate buzz words to learn, military experiences to translate into "civilianese," and even strict ...

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4 Things You Need to Cut From Your Resume

Are you stressed about your resume? You're not alone. Everybody who creates a resume wonders nervously, will a hiring manager be interested? Have I accurately represented my accomplishments? Veterans, who are used to "one, right way" ...

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Job Search Tips

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Mechanical Engineering Jobs Offer Diverse Opportunities

Mechanical Engineering jobs represent one of the most diverse job markets in the world. Learn more about what mechanical engineers do, how to become one and what companies are hiring mechanical engineers now.

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Work From Home Jobs: What You Should Know

Working from home presents a unique opportunity for veterans who are looking for a job after the military. Here are some things to help you succeed if you do work from home.

Looking For a Job After the Military? Follow These Steps!

From crafting a resume to networking with social sites like LinkedIn, these are the crucial steps you must take to find a job after the military.