There are approximately 26 million veterans in the US alone. Not all veterans and their families get enough support and funds from the government, and often may have to go back to work and find veteran jobs
available across the U.S.
Before you make the decision to go back to work, you should check out NVF.org
. They offer benefits, training and support. If they can’t get funding for you, they can help reeducate you back into the work force. It’s a great starting point so that you have someone on your side helping you, and for you to know that you’re not alone.
Another great site is Hire a Hero
. This is a great networking site for jobs that are geared for military personal. An example, is a woman leaving the army to join the National Guard
, she still uses her training, but has the luxury of being a civilian. Often veterans have trouble adapting to regular life again, so this site helps you still utilize your skills and training.Vetjobs.com
offers a database of articles to help you practice interviewing skills, and also shows you how to look for jobs. This site allows you to post your resume online for employers to look at your skills. Also has a great resource page.
My last site I want to touch on is Veteran Job Search
. This is a database of employers for want to hire veterans. It’s a search engine so it allows you to populate what area you are searching in, what field, etc. It does collect your email, so you do sort of have to register.
If you’re a veteran and looking for a jobs online
, these sites are a great start. Seek out other veterans and support groups to see what they recommend. Either way, there are resources out there to make your job search
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