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    Job Search Checklist Veteran and Military Transition Center (Veterans )
    ...your job search Find and contact your local American Job Center to talk to a counselor and find out what specific resources might be available to help in your search. Attend support groups and job clubs in your area. Attend job search training sessions or related training. Explore various career options Set up informational interviews to learn about different careers. See which other occupations would use your current skills and experience . Learn about new industries read blogs and professional journals, look up professional associations online. Search for available jobs Practice networking , online and in person, to find out about available jobs. Attend job fairs to meet employers. Visit 's Job Finder to search job listings across the United States

    Private sector job banks Veteran and Military Transition Center (Veterans )
    ...job title on Jobs.com, a member of the Monster network. Also filter results by job requirements and job types, and find career tools and advice. Employers can register at Monster.com to post jobs, for a fee. Monster.com Job seekers can search Monster.com listings by job title, keyword, industry, company or location. Also access job search, networking, resume, and career resources. Employers can register to post jobs, for a fee. Federal Government Jobs Free, Accessible Federal Job Search Indeed Indeed.com is a search engine for jobs. Job seekers - Search millions of jobs from thousands of job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages. Employers - Include your jobs on Indeed for free Return to previous page

    Topics A to Z Veteran and Military Transition Center (Veterans )
    ...Unemployment Insurance Health Plans Benefits Businesses Business Center Employee Skills Needs Training Options Funding Employee Training Manage and Retain Employees Identify Your Hiring Needs Where to Find Candidates Interview and Hire Hiring a Diverse Workforce Tax Credits American Job Center Finder Available Workforce Tool Civilian to Military Occupation Translator Compare Occupations Find Certifications Find Local Training Programs Find Professional Associations Find State Resources for Businesses Job Description Writer Champions of Change C Career Counselors Help a Job Seeker Short-Term Training Finder Workforce Professionals Career Tools Business Finder Career Exploration Tool Certification Finder Education Training Finder Job Description Writer Licensed Occupations mySkills myFuture Resume Guide Scholarship Finder Short-Term Training Finder Skills Profiler Careers see Assessments Browse Careers Careers...

    Online Job Search Veteran and Military Transition Center (Veterans )
    ...resume online . Online periodicals are an easy way to access newspapers, magazines, and trade journals. Trade journals have articles by industry experts, information on networking events, industry blogs, and job banks. To find a trade journal, try typing “trade journal directory” into a search engine. Your public library can also help you access databases of trade journals and professional associations. Association websites have information on trends, volunteer or professional development opportunities, best practices, industry news, and a job board. Almost every industry has an association. You may need to be a member access to their content. Most charge annual fees. Some may have six-month memberships to give you time to see how useful the site is for your...

    Veterans Job Finder Help Veteran and Military Transition Center (Veterans )
    ...re willing to travel and click GO. What are my “Job Search Results” and where do they come from The Job Search Results table shows job listings that match your search terms job title keyword and location . These job listings come from the US.jobs Network by the National Data Exchange, which is co-sponsored by the Direct Employers Association and the National Association of State Workforce Agencies . Listings include jobs posted on state job banks as well as by private employers. Listings are updated daily. This chart shows the job title from the hiring company note that different companies may use different job titles for similar positions . It also shows the company name, the job’s location, and...

    News and Awards Veteran and Military Transition Center (Veterans )
    ...Forest enews Hackathon, policy moves designed to apply tech to fostercare programs FCW.com Fact Sheet First ever White House Foster Care and Technology Hackathon Whitehouse.gov Sites to help you find your new career Komando.com 4 Ways to ensure Your Work Skills Are Up-To-Date Forbes.com Volunteer Career Services in a Prison National Career Development Association 10 Things Jobseekers Should Know Disability.com How to Negotiate a Job Offer Forbes.com 43 Best Job Search Websites for 2016 CareerSherpa.net 8 Critical Career Skills for 2016 OnlineColleges.net Redesigned Career Action Resources 10 Questions visitors ask about Disability.gov Disability.gov Launches Redesigned Website and New Credentials Center BusinessWire mySkillsmyFuture suggests careers that match your...

    Research Employers Veteran and Military Transition Center (Veterans )
    ...trends are affecting the company Employer websites. These often describe the company unit s that may be hiring in your field. They also provide details on the types of products or programs they offer. Regional or state publications Chamber of Commerce directories Manufacturers' directories by state National publications . Most libraries have copies in their business sections. National Trade Professional Associations Standard and Poor's Register of Corporations, Directors Executives The Macmillan Directory of Leading Private Companies Ward's Business Directory of Major U.S. Private Companies The titles above are just a few examples. Almost every type of field or industry has its own trade association. How many employees does the employer have What jobs does the company typically hire for...

    What's new 2015 (Veterans )
    ...data via the tools in our Toolkit . But did you know you can also download data directly to your own computer When you want not just search results, but an entire dataset, visit 's Data Downloads for quick links to download data free as a Microsoft Excel workbook or Microsoft Access database. Available datasets include Certifications Occupational Licenses Professional Associations Job Clubs Comprehensive and Affiliate American Job Centers State Workforce Development Boards Local Workforce Development Boards Job Search Tips for Older Workers Are you- or do you know- someone who's over 55 and searching for a job Then you probably know the challenge faced by older job seekers. But did you also know that 2016 is in some ways...

    Maintain Your Network Veteran and Military Transition Center (Veterans )
    ...offer to take them out for coffee or a meal Once you get a job, thank everyone who was helpful to you. Give them your new contact information. Don't lose touch Networking is not just about getting a job. It's about ongoing career development and support. Always think about how to expand your network Join a business or professional association . They are one of the best ways to learn about trends and unadvertised jobs. Many members are eager to help job seekers and often know employers with open positions. Join online networking websites. These can connect you with potential jobs, colleagues, and business opportunities. If you attended college, contact your college alumni and career services offices. Alumni may be...

    Your Online Image Veteran and Military Transition Center (Veterans )
    ...of everything you put online as public information. Remove any swear words, gripes about old employers, or discriminatory comments. Create a professional online identity. Join LinkedIn and other online professional groups that are related to your career or industry. Ask someone to “recommend” you on LinkedIn. Create an online portfolio using work samples to market yourself. Blog about your professional interests. Be choosy about who you “friend”. Your profile may be squeaky clean, but make sure you don’t suffer from guilt by association. Check your grammar, spelling, and writing. Many employers reject job applicants because they show poor communication skills. Consider your online presence as part of your portfolio. Read through any of your postings to catch errors

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