For military service members, leaving the military may be a bigger challenge than the dangers and rigors of military service.
To support service members as they navigate the transition from active military duty, explore these excellent government-sponsored resources.
Even though networking is a very effective job search method, it can be daunting to pick up the phone or walk into a room and start talking.
Online networking offers another way to reach a large group of people who can power up your job search.
Many business owners and managers are aware of the fact that they need good workers and employees to run their companies, but few stop to consider the option of hiring a veteran.
However, many veterans have an impressive skill set, along with years of highly focused training.
For a job seeker looking for leads and resources, American Job Centers (AJCs) are a treasure trove of help.
Find out what invaluable assistance these federally funded employment centers offer – that leaves users calling them their local gem.
Time to update your job skills?
School can be expensive, and paying for it when you’re unemployed or underemployed can seem overwhelming.
We’ve gathered information on some of the most common financial aid programs.
If you’re a veteran—or know one—who’s making the transition to a civilian career, CareerOneStop’s Veterans ReEmployment website has tools and resources to help.
Looking for career, training or job search information on the go?
Check out these six mobile web apps from CareerOneStop.