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.
As the number of returning troops increases, so may the number of homeless veterans.
Representatives from organization's D.C. office attend veterans hiring fair and career workshop in New York City, aboard the USS Intrepid.
Organization joins "Veterans on Wall Street" job fair, a which will feature more than 100 vendors, employers and VSOs.
DoL will provide more than $9 million to veterans looking to gain workplace skills.
Department of Labor hopes to help approximately 17,000 homeless veterans find successful civilian careers.
The Business and Profesisional Women's Foundation needs women veterans, 20 to 33, for a survey on employment issues.
On June 23, veterans and their families are invited to New York City for an employment conference hosted by some of the financial world’s biggest players.
Economic Commission deputy director tells House subcommittee that returning warriors’ transition program is in need of updating, expansion.
Legion officials recently participated in a U.S. Census Bureau teleconference where statistics were released on veteran-owned companies.
Military supporters everywhere are encouraged to participate in 2-kilometer event that aims raise awareness for homeless veterans.