C.R. England is proud to hire Veterans as their Drivers. Even with no CDL (Class-A Commercial Driver's License), you can still become a C.R. England driver.
Comments  by Tanyia — Posted on Apr 23, 2015 in Companies Hiring Veterans
Veteran job seekers often struggle with the common interview question "Why did you leave the Military." To answer this question well, avoid these common pitfalls while staying true to yourself.
Comments  by Sean — Posted on Apr 20, 2015 in Veteran Transition
Companies devote significant energy and resources to recruit top talent. Despite their best efforts, they often are unable to fill open positions with talent that truly meets their needs. A sure route to overcoming this challenge is to hire veterans.
Comments  by Sean — Posted on Apr 15, 2015 in Hiring Veterans
The story of how one Army Captain pursued a program of training, certifications, and relevant additional duties to transition from combat arms officer to a career in Information Technology.
by Sean — Posted on Apr 03, 2015 in Veteran Transition
Use this model to both understand and structure how you prepare for your transition. The model, the 3C's of Military Career Transitions, maps the stages of a transition, credentials, communication , and competition.
Comments  by Randall Scasny — Posted on Mar 24, 2015 in General
Want to develop a strategy for hiring military veterans? How will they best fit into your organization’s recruitment goals? One thing is clear: the hiring of veterans will be the best recruiting decision your company has ever made.
Comments  by Tanyia — Posted on Mar 22, 2015 in Hiring Veterans
Just six months left! You are almost a civilian! Use your last six months in the military wisely by setting yourself up for a successful transition. Follow these steps.
Comments  by Sean — Posted on Mar 18, 2015 in Veteran Transition
If you're looking for a new job, clean up your public Facebook persona first!
Comments  by Tanyia — Posted on Mar 08, 2015 in Veteran Job Search
Employers tell you what they want but you must read and listen to what they are saying. And sometimes employers tell you point blank how they are searching for job candidates. They list their search keywords right in the job ad!
Comments  by Randall Scasny — Posted on Mar 01, 2015 in Veteran Resumes
The title of your Resume guarantees whether it gets viewed or not. Make sure you've carefully crafted your resume's name to include your experience and what kind of job you are looking for. This will help ensure that the job you want is yours.
by Tanyia — Posted on Feb 28, 2015 in Veteran Resumes
Success in the job search depends on communicating your accomplishments both in your resume and during the interview. But how do you identify your accomplishments beyond “I did my job and I did it well?”
Comments  by Sean — Posted on Feb 26, 2015 in Veteran Resumes
Understanding the competitive layer of a resume is the difference between resumes that don't work and resumes that get you interviews.
Comments  by Randall Scasny — Posted on Feb 24, 2015 in Veteran Resumes
When you have one year until you transition from the military, here are the steps you should take to ensure success.
Comments  by Sean — Posted on Feb 23, 2015 in Veteran Transition
Is your company looking to reap the rewards of hiring U.S. military veterans? Learn more about how best to hire vets.
Comments  by Sean — Posted on Feb 18, 2015 in Hiring Veterans
A non-performing resume is one that has not persuaded a recruiter or an employer to call you for an interview. Or worse, it's a resume posted on the Internet that is ever "found" by hiring managers who conduct computer searches to find job candidates.
Comments  by Randall Scasny — Posted on Feb 18, 2015 in Veteran Resumes