Connecting veterans to jobs

If you’re a veteran—or know a veteran—who’s making the transition to a civilian career, CareerOneStop’s Veterans ReEmployment website has tools and resources to help.

Veterans can find a wealth of information and resources at Veterans ReEmployment. The website is a one-stop shop for transitioning service members looking for employment, training, or financial assistance.

Get started with any of the following features.

Search for jobs that use your military experience

From the homepage of Veterans ReEmployment, you can enter your military job title (or code) and your city, state, or ZIP code to find a list of local job postings for positions that may require similar skills, training, or experiences.

Your results list will include job postings for any civilian jobs similar to the military job title you entered. Sort your list of results by occupation type, location, or date the job was posted. Click on any job listing to link directly to the posting details and apply.

For veterans who already know the type of job they’re looking,visit CareerOneStop’s Job Search to search by keyword.

Connect to your local American Job Center

Most American Job Centers have specially trained staff, Local Veterans Employment

Representatives—often called LVERs or vet reps—who assist veterans with employment and training needs. Locate your closest AJC by entering your location in the search box of the Local Help section on Veterans ReEmployment.

Ask to speak with a vet rep if available. They are often able to meet by appointment, and they also may conduct workshops such as job search, resume and cover letter writing, or Internet use. Bring a copy of your DD214 or other discharge materials with you when meeting with a vet rep.

Find more resources

Finally, explore the rest of the Veteran’s ReEmployment portal for more information, tools, and resources to help you:

  • Access benefits and assistance resources as you transition from military to civilian life.
  • Learn about skills, careers, wages, and get job search, resume writing, and interviewing tips.
  • Explore education and training options including how to pay for school.

We hope you enjoyed this introduction to CareerOneStop’s Veterans ReEmployment site. Once you’ve checked out the site, leave us a comment below to tell us what you liked—or disliked—about the site.



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