Career Advice

All of Search & Employ® is geared to help transitioning military, national guard and reserve members, and their spouses find jobs, opportunities, and continuing education. These resources, however, specifically target strategies around presentation and mindset.

Includes:

  • Your checklist to finding a civilian job
  • Interview Q&A
  • Things to know before becoming an entrepreneur

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Your Checklist to Finding a Civilian Job

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Getting Started, Career Advice, Search & Employ®

4 Things Military Veterans Need To Know Before Becoming An Entrepreneur

While the military is, of course, much harsher than the world of entrepreneurship, the two do share some similarities.

In both, anything can happen — often with little or no notice — and that’s why military veterans are so good at adapting under pressure once they embark on a career in business.

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Career Advice, Franchising

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Writing a thank you note after an interview

Writing a thank you note after an interview is just as important as any other part of the job seeking process.

Getting Started, Job Search Process, Job Fairs, Job Search, Career Advice, Job Seeker Blog

The benefits of using the RecruitMilitary job board

Join Mike Francomb Sr.Vice president of RecruitMilitary as he explains the benefits of utilizing the RecruitMilitary Job Board.

Getting Started, Job Search Process, Job Search, Career Advice

Do’s and Don’ts of Using Social Media to Find a Job

Social Media has many great advantages when it comes to your job search, but the boundaries between personal and professional communication can sometimes provide a challenge. What is the appropriate amount of communication via social media vs. invading a potential employer’s private sphere? Below...

Job Search Process, Job Search, Career Advice