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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...
A lot of candidates seeking jobs for veterans tend to use outdated job search techniques in the market. Here are a few tips to get you to update your search skills. Are you  still sending handwritten thank you notes?    You may look like a dinosaur if you do this. The better thing to do is send an email as soon as you get home from the interview. Be sure to reiterate your interest in the job (if you still...
Transitioning from military service to a civilian career is a process facing nearly 360,000 U.S. veterans  who leave the service every year. Once they find a job, working their way into management can be particularly difficult, but veterans have a tremendous amount going for them—if they can discover ways to display their potential to their superiors. Here are some methods you can use to showcase your capabilities on the...
Have you ever watched an advert and gone out and bought the item on show ? Chances are your experience was initially managed by a marketer. One of the highest paying jobs in the country,  marketers can earn up to $114k  according to USA Today. You might believe marketing is exclusively confined to high-flying businessmen in New York and LA - however, the truth is actually a lot more achievable than you think. Veterans...
Veterans with disabilities often face even tougher challenges to employment than whole-bodied vets. Statistics from 2014 show 3.8 million veterans had a service-connected disability, which makes them a significant portion of the former military population. This results in less participation in the labor force, higher rates of unemployment among veterans and lower wages for disabled veterans’ jobs when you can find them. ...