October 2016

A Rewarding Career

An Interview with Deputy Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Veteran Services, Mark Breece.

Search & Employ®, November-December 2016

Drexel University: Educating Veterans, Active-Duty Servicemembers, and Their Families Online

Drexel University was a pioneer in technology-enhanced education for working adults. The university launched its first online courses in 1996, and now offers more than 140 online degree and certificate programs – using the same accredited curriculum and faculty as it does on campus. Drexel also...

Education, Search & Employ®, November-December 2016

With Honor and Respect

An Interview with Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Veteran Services, Many-Bears Grinder.

Search & Employ®, November-December 2016

Navy Veteran Wins First Veteran Advocates Award

This past July, RecruitMilitary launched a social media ambassador program called RecruitMilitary Veteran Advocates. By mid-October, the program had gained over 3,400 advocates – who shared content to a network reach of more than 2 million people!

Search & Employ®, November-December 2016

Telecommunications: Excitement, Innovation, Competition

If the excitement of working in an innovative industry is for you, you feel at home in the world of technology, and you thrive on competition, a career in telecommunications may be just the ticket. Technological advancement is improving the way the industry works, but at the expense of a slight...

Search & Employ®, Telecommunications, November-December 2016

A Political Analogy for Veteran Job Seekers

As we enter the final phase of the presidential election, there can be no question about the fact that the primary season must have disappointed many Americans. As the season progressed, well over a dozen candidates dropped out of the running, forcing many voters to make choices that felt like...

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Studies Say: Social Media Recruiting is Here to Stay

Recruiting via social media is booming in 2016. In fact, 84% of organizations do it, and 9% more are planning to. Recruiters believe that a candidates social media profile can shed light on work performance.

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