Veterans Employment Assistance

Veterans have many talents and skills that they bring to the workforce. Veteran's Job Exchange provides a broad range of resources to assist you in making the change to a new career.


Veterans bring unique capabilities to the civilian workforce; however, they face unique challenges when looking for work. This includes how to translate their skills to civilian jobs and how to relay this experience to employers...

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Finding a Job

Utilizing the web should be a core component of any job search strategy. The web is peppered with scores of job sites, referral tools and networking sites. And because many of these are targeted to niche audiences (like veterans), they provide job seekers access to all the resources they may need to find a job...

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Developing a Resume

Crafting a resume is critical to the job search process. Because it is one of the first impressions you will make with a potential employer, translating your skills into "civilian-speak" is one of the most important areas you will need to focus on when you update or write your resume...

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Developing a Cover Letter

Similar to your resume, the cover letter is also one of the most important aspects of the job search. And for those seeking to transition from a military job to a civilian one, the cover letter provides further opportunity to differentiate yourself and convey your unique skills...

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Job Interviews

Interview preparation is important to your job search prospects, and this means you need to be ready to handle some of the most common questions you will be asked when you meet with potential employers...

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