Yesterday, I applied for a job that was being offered as a work from home scam. Today, the scammers tried to steal $4,950 from me! In this article, I will show you how the scam works.
Comments  by Sean — Posted on Jun 14, 2018 in Veteran Transition
Work from home scams involving interviews over Google Hangouts are on the rise. These scammers are out to steal thousands of dollars from you. They can be clever and persuasive. Don't fall for it. Read more to learn how these scams work.
by Sean — Posted on Jun 12, 2018 in Veteran Transition
Understanding the job search process as a ladder and knowing how to climb each rung to get to the next is the key to landing the job offer.
Comments  by Sean — Posted on Dec 28, 2015 in Veteran Job Search
Congratulations! You have the job offer in hand. You have spent months perfecting your resume, honing your interview skills, searching and applying for jobs online, and now you have the offer. But should you accept it? You've spent so much time and energy pursuing the job offer, but have you truly considered whether this job is a good fit for you? Here are 10 questions to ask that will give you real insight into the company, the role, and whether it will fit you.
Comments  by Sean — Posted on Sep 13, 2015 in Veteran Interviewing
Voyig is looking to help the employers they work with add veterans to their workforce. Check out the opportunities Voyig has.
Comments  by Tanyia — Posted on Jul 15, 2015 in General
How does a real life job hunt compare to the ideal one? The following military veteran is a good example of what an actual job hunt is like. In the end, he succeeded in getting a job in his home state of Ohio. How did he do it?
Comments  by Tanyia — Posted on Jul 05, 2015 in General
Job seekers everywhere are being targeted by a sophisticated scam. If you are a job seeker, you are a target. Here's how to keep yourself safe.
Comments  by Sean — Posted on Jul 04, 2015 in Veteran Job Search
Don't be confused about what Employers are looking for. This article covers how to get noticed by an employer, in other words, the key to getting hired.
Comments  by Tanyia — Posted on Jun 30, 2015 in Veteran Job Search
Are Your Salary Expectations In Line With Reality? The salary you expect should not be based solely on what you earn now in the U.S. Military. Your future salary could be more or less, depending on a variety of business factors.
Comments  by Tanyia — Posted on Jun 16, 2015 in Veteran Job Search
Recruiters have direct connections to hiring managers and often don't get paid unless they find the right candidate for a job. That means recruiters can be a key ally in your job search process.
Comments  by Sean — Posted on Jun 06, 2015 in Veteran Job Search
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
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
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
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