Job Search Process

We have the information you need to nail your job search and win the job you want. We’ve compiled advice and tips from industry experts that can help you feel comfortable and confident through each step in the process, whether you’re face-to-face at a veteran job fair, or conversing online.

Includes:

  • Researching and defining your ideal career
  • Translating your experience
  • Networking that works
  • Create a winning resume
  • Winning the interview

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Tips from TAP: Five Ways to Improve Your Resume

When hiring managers read your resume, you have only a few seconds to impress them. Your resume is like your personal commercial. The product? YOU.

Job Search Process, March-April 2018

Surviving the Firing Squad: 6 Tips for a Successful Group Interview

Does the thought of having to impress a room full of people cause fear to seize your chest? Anxiety about panel interviews is common and understandable. Read on for tips on how to nail the interview and get the job offer.

Job Search Process, November-December 2017, Hiring

Map Your Network

Human-resources authorities agree that networking is an essential tool in the job-search process. Your network consists of close friends, relatives, and acquaintances. In networking, you tell members of your network that you are looking for a job. They, in turn, spread the word via their own...

Job Search Process, Search & Employ®, September-October 2016

Tips for Job-Seeking Veterans

The civilian job market can be very challenging for transitioning and veteran military, and we at RecruitMilitary are here to help. Where do you start? Here are a few suggestions:

Job Search Process, Search & Employ®, September-October 2016