When you leave the military, the biggest question is "what's next?" It's a scary job market right now, but the skills you've received in the military make you highly marketable. The Legion sponsors dozens of veterans hiring fairs each year, and our employment experts also provide tips to writing resumes, networking and making a strong impression in the interview process.
Employers are often flooded with résumés from online job postings. Learn to use the keywords that will get yours read.
Look for a job by cultivating your professional contacts. Don't flood your resume to online postings and expect results.
Stuck in a dead-end career? Following these seven steps can help get you out and on the path to a better job.
LinkedIn, the popular networking site for professionals, is often used wrongly. Avoid the pitfalls that so many others fall into.
The job market can actually be favorable to retiree veterans looking to supplement their income. It's just a matter of knowing where to look.
Should you always include a cover letter even if not requested? Should each cover letter be customized? What should cover letters include?
A successful job interview requires you to interview your interviewers as much as they are interviewing you.
Concerned that your age is keeping you from finding employment? There's plenty you can do to minimize that and even make your age an asset.
Veterans have service-learned skills and experience that can set them apart from ciivilian applicants in these five careers.
The online survey seeks to understand out why veterans leave their first post-military jobs.