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Sunday, February 19, 2006

Veterans: Job Search Resources

Now that you're home and transitioning back into civilian life, you're probably preparing to dust off your resume. Do I hear a groan? Well, I've got some online resources to help ease the pain.

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The Uniformed Services Benefit Association (USBA) and TAO Online both work to connect corporations with the military community.

Resources include:

Another resource, VetJobs, "is the leading Internet niche job board for reaching the 14 million military veterans currently in the work force, as well as the 250 thousand active duty military personnel who transition each year, and their family members." They have a good selection of job search articles.

Careerjet is a search engine that returns job listings gathered from various online sources. Inputting the keywords 'veterans, military' returns thousands of related listings throughout the can further refine it to locate jobs closer to home.

More solid veteran job search resources:

Nothing stopping you now. Good luck!

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