Tips for Maximizing Your Participation in a Virtual Job Fair

The Virtual Military Job Fairs co-hosted by Corporate Gray and MOAA enable military-experienced job seekers and company recruiters the opportunity to discover a possible fit by engaging in one-on-one text chat sessions.  By participating in these quarterly events, you can: Continue reading

Making the Most of the Job Fair Experience

As with any job search avenue, there are pros and cons to attending job fairs. Attending a job fair can be one of the most effective job search tools you employ, depending on the effort you exert to make the Continue reading

How to Handle the Salary Question

Salary is an important consideration in the job search, but many individuals leaving the military are initially unprepared to properly handle the salary question, believing it is predetermined. Most employers, however, have some flexibility to negotiate salary. This article will Continue reading

5 Military Jobs That Translate to the Advanced Manufacturing Industry

You couldn’t 3D print a better match: veterans with a variety of military experiences make great manufacturers By Margaret Clevenger for Get Skills to Work The advanced manufacturing industry can’t find enough skilled workers to fill its reportedly hundreds of Continue reading

Top 10 Job Fair Tips for Recruiters

If you’ve ever worked a job fair, you know it can be a fast-paced, demanding experience. As with most things, the more you prepare for it, the more you will get out of it. Here are some tips to follow Continue reading

Calling All Job Seekers: 10 Steps to Acing the Phone Interview

Due to the scores of resumes that hiring managers receive in a competitive job market, your initial interview will probably be conducted over the phone. To make the best use of their time, many hiring managers will filter through the Continue reading

Making the Career Jump with the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill

By Sean Caswell I got into the data management and analysis business almost by accident. After I left the Navy in 2003, I was working as a power plant operator for General Electric (GE), doing what I was trained to Continue reading