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Coming out of the military, it is important to know your options. There is no need to waste time or money on a college degree that may or may not help you to land a job. While there are a lot of options available, some graduate degree options are better than others. Less conventional jobs in areas like music or literature have some merit, but they also have high unemployment rates. Investing in a degree that has a high employment rate is...
Hiring veterans in digital marketing is one of the best win-win market deals trending right now. The process offers benefits to both employers and the veterans themselves in many areas of interests. We will be talking about employer benefits below, but before that, let’s see what benefits veterans might get: Immediate income and employee benefits Increased chance of employment after the program Valuable and practical skill...
“If you pay peanuts, you get monkeys,” goes the old saying, and while most employers and recruiters understand the truth of this, there are some surprising results that are not common knowledge. For companies committed to hiring veterans, if you want to keep your top veteran talent, it means you have to get behind the movement to ensure your workers are happy with their compensation, or you could end up paying a high price. The...
With unemployment at 3.7% in August 2022 , its lowest level in years thanks to the Great Resignation, former military service personnel are becoming hot property for employers. Given that talent of any sort is these days harder to find, companies have realized veterans have much to offer in the way of transferable skills, leadership ability, and experience working in teams. Now there’s yet another reason to make a point of recruiting...
There are ab out  18 million veterans in the United States in 2022 , according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This means a substantial amount of people can enter the workforce upon returning home. However, veterans may have certain needs different from non-veterans that you’ll have to address to make work easier for the heroes  who served our country. Know the Needs of the Veterans Every veteran is...
In today’s internet-driven society,  almost 58% of Americans now work remotely at least one day a week.  This is a growing trend among Western societies, brought on by the ever-present interconnectedness that the internet provides. For military, police, and other public service veterans - this is a quality opportunity to showcase their skills on the world wide web.  Entrepreneurial veterans working in the business...
Freelance work has been increasing in popularity for some years, but the COVID-19 pandemic gave millions a taste of what working from home was like. As the world returns to work, many people are choosing to branch out on their own instead and embracing the work-from-home model completely. This is good news for veterans, who often struggle to adapt to corporate cultures and being in an office all day. Veterans are also perfect candidates for...
Has this happened to you? You submit your resume online and sit back and wait. Weeks go by, and as your family and friends ask you about that amazing job or internship you applied for, that sinking feeling just gets worse. So many people go through this process and never get the chance to even sit in front of a hiring manager and show them who they really are. As technology has advanced, so has the hiring process. New graduates are faced...
One in 11  veterans struggles to find jobs  after serving the country. Getting back into civilian life is tremendously difficult for veterans, and part of the difficulty lies in finding ways to resume a normal life routine - which includes achieving and maintaining a job. Interestingly, the search for a career can actually be boosted by following a healthy lifestyle filled with regular exercise.  Trauma from combat...
You’ve served with the military for a while and now it’s time to separate yourself from it. I bet you’ve thought of finding a job that will compensate for your efforts well. Fortunately, there are tons of great jobs for veterans out there. All you need to do is start searching for them in newspapers and the internet and applying . Today, we are going to discuss some of the high-paying jobs suited for veterans to help...
Research suggests that 14% to 16% of U.S. service members deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq have some type of mental illness. While services and programs exist to help Veterans transition to civilian life as well as survive financially, nothing can compare to the acceptance they can receive from their place of work. Many places of employment  are positioning themselves directly in front of Veterans, and choosing to hire them...
Most U.S. work environments these days are a melting pot of different races, nationalities, genders, sexual orientations, religious persuasions, education, age, and even language. Different backgrounds and circumstances can occasionally cause people to behave insensitively, hurting others even if it’s not intentional. By providing diversity training for workers , companies can help them understand and accept their differences, which...