Web Analytics Made Easy - StatCounter

Blog

Blog Categories

You keep sending resumes for the jobs you want, but you’re not getting any responses? You have relevant experience and skills for those positions, but something is wrong. What’s missing? It’s time for the realization: you’re not getting the calls because the resume isn’t impressive. When writing about ourselves, we just think the content is perfect. We’re confident in our expertise and we just list dry...
You were a civilian before. You know how the world outside military works. Still, it’s really hard to transition back to it. You’ve been part of the military for so long that now all civilian job opportunities seem too complex, too simple, or too irrelevant to your skills. You’re in for a challenging mission. The employment situation for veterans has been improved over the recent years. The National Association of...
So, you are thinking of enlisting in the military. That is wonderful. You will serve your country and benefit greatly from your service throughout your life. However, military service is a serious thing and there are many questions that should be asked prior to your enlistment papers being filed. Here are just 20 of those all-important questions. What Does My Chosen Military Branch Require for Enlistment? All branches of the...
After a career serving your country in the armed forces, you may be unsure of what to do next. Your experience and years of service can be put to use in a rewarding second career. Each of these three satisfying life paths allows you to make the most of the skills and experience you developed while also allowing you to learn more and continue to help others. Helping Others in Your Community If you have reached the retirement age for...
After years of service to our great nation, you have decided to start a career in the civilian world. Making this transition is rather difficult because many things are totally different. Take occupation for example. You may need a bachelor’s degree to get a job because many civilian employers require it. You might not have a degree because you have decided to dedicate your life to serving your country. This is a whole...
The men and women who have served in our nation’s armed forces have a lot to offer even after they return home. Many of the skills they learned while deployed can make them valuable additions to any workplace. This is why so many employers have programs to locate and reach out to veterans for job opportunities. However, civilians often have a difficult time understanding what it was like for military personnel. This can lead to some...
As someone who has served your country, you have spent years protecting freedoms for others and ensuring that Americans can continue living the American dream. However, now that you have entered civilian life you may find settling into a new career somewhat difficult. Military veterans deserve strong professional civilian careers, which is why we have created this list of the five best professional careers for military veterans....
After the devastation Covid-19 is wreaking on the economy, people from all walks of life will need to get back on their feet financially. Your credit score impacts employment background checks in several ways, so it's vital to keep your score positive. Here's how veterans can work to repair a poor credit score.  When you apply for a credit card or a loan to buy a house or car the potential lender will first review your...
For veterans, the transition from active service to life back home can be challenging, especially when service led to debilitating injuries and disability. Studies reveal that a staggering 29.6% of veterans between the ages of 21 to 64  have a service-related disability . This means around 3.5 million veterans will have to adapt their daily lives. For these veterans, a simple act such as finding legal representation can be a...
Loneliness is all too common amongst military veterans, with a study published in the Journal Occupational Medicine finding it to be one of the  most commonly reported issues . Under the current regulations around social distancing, social isolation is even more of a problem for veterans, many of whom find themselves living alone with little contact with friends and family, who may not understand what they’ve been through. For...
In 2020, the social media environment is as strong as ever. We’re currently experiencing a digital media boom, where people are shifting their lives towards the online environment. Social media is one of the reasons. After all, it’s obvious, as it can be used in different ways: Instant Communication Social Activities Selling/Buying/Renting Stuff As a Source of Information Brand Awareness...
Twenty-seven percent of veterans find it difficult to readjust to civilian life once their military career is over,  according to a study  by the Pew Research Center. Service-related injuries, psychological trauma, and lack of college education are some of the main reasons why so many veterans are struggling to rejoin society. One way to make it easier for yourself is by  finding a good job . Not only does working...