The majority of civilian recruiters are searching resume databases using civilian keywords. Increase your chances of getting a recruiter’s phone call by learning how to “de-militarized” your resume.
Competitive Edge Services Inc., better known as “Corporate Gray,” connects transitioning and former (separated/retired) military personnel with employers nationwide in print, in person, and online. Job seekers can post their resume, search and apply for jobs, learn about upcoming job fairs, and gain access to important reference links in their job search.
Dedicated to the employment, education, and advancement of America's proud servicemen and women. They aim to spread awareness of issues and opportunities concerning veterans through news and by connecting you with employers who recruit highly trained and motivated transitioning soldiers.
Information, tools and research to help Veteran’s in their job search. Search engine with open jobs.
Join the largest Veteran Career Network and get connected with over 1 million veterans. Find veterans working in companies, government agencies, career fields, industries or locations that interest you. Run by Monster.com.
The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) addresses critical issues facing new veterans and their families. It provides valuable resources and empowers veterans to connect with one another.
TAOnline.com (Transition Assistance Online) helps service members who transition from active duty as well as the veterans, reservists, guardsmen, and spouses looking for civilian jobs. The career site is dedicated to their placement in careers that fit their extraordinary motivation, loyalty, and skill.
TurboTAP.org is Department of Defense's official website providing information for servicemembers on transitioning from military service. Printable transition resource guides.