Veterans & Military Transitioners

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Veterans & Military Transitioners 2017-11-13T18:01:30+00:00

There are many resources available to you as you move into the civilian career market. If you haven’t transitioned out of the military yet, it’s helpful to start at your base and look into their Transition Assistance Program (TAP) or similar offerings. There is a wealth of information available online as well as you continue your research. See below for some of our choice picks.

If you are unsure where to start, be sure to review our special section for Career Changers.

Useful Tools

Job Boards

Resources

Articles

Headhunters

For information on working with headhunters/third party recruiters, see our Third Party Services page. Also check out the Military.com article, Headhunters: 7 Rules of Engagement.

Career Fairs

Security Clearance Information

Veterans Preference Information

Recommended Reading

  • 150 Best Jobs through Military Training, by Laurence Shatkin
  • Expert Resumes for Military to Civilian Transitions, by Wendy S. Enelow
  • From Air Force Blue to Corporate Gray: A Career Transition Guide for Air Force Personnel, by Carl S. Savino and Ronald L. Krannich
  • From Army Green to Corporate Gray: A Career Transition Guide for Army Personnel, by Carl S. Savino and Ronald L. Krannich
  • From Navy Blue to Corporate Gray: A Career Transition Guide for Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Personnel, by Carl S. Savino and Ronald L. Krannich
  • Military-to-Civilian Career Transition Guide: The Essential Job Search Handbook for Service Members, by Janet I. Farley
  • Military to Civilian Resumes and Letters: How to Best Communicate Your Strengths to Employers, by Carl S. Savino
  • Military to Federal Career Guide: Ten Steps to Transforming Your Military Experience into a Competitive Federal Resume, by Kathryn K. Troutman
  • Military Transition to Civilian Success: The Complete Guide for Veterans and their Families, by Ronald L. Krannich
  • PCS to Corporate America: From Military Tactics to Corporate Interview Strategy, by Roger Cameron
  • Veterans: DO THIS, GET HIRED! Proven Advice for Veterans That Need a Job, by Mark Lyden

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