Jobs for Veterans Job search advice for transitioning veterans

How To Identify My Accomplishments

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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?”

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Why Some Military Resumes Do Not Work

Understanding the competitive layer of a resume is the difference between resumes that don't work and resumes that get you interviews.

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Veteran Transition Timeline - 1 Year Out

When you have one year until you transition from the military, here are the steps you should take to ensure success.

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How to Hire Military Veterans

Is your company looking to reap the rewards of hiring U.S. military veterans?  Learn more about how best to hire vets.

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How To Improve A Non-Performing Resume

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.

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Veteran Transition Timeline – 2 Years Out

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If you have two or more years until you transition from the military, here are the steps you should take now to ensure a successful transition. Even if you have less than two years, these steps are important and can be done on a compressed schedule.

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Veteran Transition Timeline – How to Prepare to Transition from the Military

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Transitioning from the military can be a complex and challenging process. This timeline helps you sort out what you should be doing and when you should do it.

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When To Use Or Not Use Military Jargon On Your Resume

Including or eliminating military jargon from your resume very much depends on your career goal and the company, organization or industry you are seeking to be employed by.

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How long should a resume be?

Concerned that your resume is too long or too short? Always remember a resume's length is a function of its depth.

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MilitaryHire was awarded the 2015 Weddle's Award!

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MilitaryHire was awarded the 2015 Weddle's Award! This is the 7th time we've won this prestigious award. What's the Weddle's Award you ask? The annual WEDDLE's User's Choice Awards recognize the "elite of the online employment services industry according to the most discerning judges around, that would be you, the job seekers!"

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How To "Really" Use The Web to Get Hired

Successful job hunters merge traditional job-hunting techniques with the Web to get results--fast!

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Interview Preparation – Tactics for Success – Reconnaissance

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Veterans would never go outside the wire without preparation but too many do just that when it comes to interviewing for a job. Here is how to how to apply reconnaissance skills to ensure interview success.

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Interview Preparation – Tactics for Success – Rehearsal

Veterans would never go outside the wire without preparation but too many do just that when it comes to interviewing for a job. Here is how you can apply your military training to ensure success in the job interview process.

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What Can Older Workers Do To Get Hired

Though age discrimination is illegal, many older job seekers have trouble landing a job. older exec jobs for veterans.jpgHere's what you can do to land that job in spite of your age.

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How Veterans Get Hired at SolarCity

solar panel technicianAdvice from SolarCity veteran recruiters on how veterans can improve their chance of getting hired.

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