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From selling computers to leading group exercises, work experience in college can give you an edge in the job market.
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These seven jobs don’t require a veteran, who chooses not to attend higher education after leaving the military, to have a college degree.
Because you are the one gathering opinions and insights, your interview subject should do most of the talking.
Want to know what a career is really like? Ask someone with firsthand experience.
Veterans are uniquely positioned to market themselves effectively for work in the private sector.
The jobless rate for veterans is now lower than the national average.
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Technology company has special hiring site for military, attends career fairs nationwide.
“Light” résumés can gain weight from a closer review of your military accomplishments.
Excellent job opportunities await at seemingly unlikely places.
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Here are five reasons why some employers choose not to hire veterans.
When asking someone for a job recommendation, keep in mind they are putting their own reputation on the line by vouching for you.
Besides colleges and universities, some professional associations offer opportunities for credentialing and certification.
When you interview for a job, be sure not to rehash your military experience. Keep focused on what is relevant.
Veterans looking for employment should do their homework, look the part, and close an interview well.
The establishment of a Military Credentialing and Licensing Task Force hopes to ease job transition for veterans and servicemembers.
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Service providers from federal agencies and community-based programs discussed projects and programs being used to reduce homelessness among veterans.
Distinguish yourself from other professionals in your line of work.
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More than 200 career coaches, counselors and résumé-writers recently met to define best practices and trends for 2011 and beyond.
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A recruiter or hiring manager will usually Google your name or search for you on LinkedIn after receiving your resume.
Learn how to take advantage of one of the most useful online networking tools.
Savvy job-seekers know there are six things everyone must do to prepare for a successful job search.
Amid all the talk of industry downsizings, layoffs and double-digit unemployment, certain environment-friendly industries and professions are on the rise.
Consider the following tips when writing a résumé.
Tips on how to use online social networking well when looking for a job.
Use words that are more inviting to read and likely to capture an employer’s attention.
The challenge is to craft a document that creates a picture of yourself that ties into your current career goals.