The list of resources is organized by category. As I find new resources, I will add them. If you needassistance, or you are looking for specific resources and can't find them, then let me know. I'll be happy todo the research and add them to the guide.
– This site bills itself as the number one job site on the Internet for veterans. You may search forjobs or add your resume. Nice starting point.
– This is another site similar to Vet Jobs that performs basically the same function. Post yourresume here too.
– This isn't just a free classified ads site. It is also the largest jobs board on the Internet. They receive about 20 million jobs a month, so you definitely want to look here. You can look in the city you want, browse by category or search by category. I use this site all the time to look for freelance writing assignments. It's also a great place to pick up some fast cash if you need it. The site is owned by Craig Newmark, and Craig is a friend to veterans. His foundations has programs where they seek to help veterans.
– This is a job search engine and will search multiple jobs sites at one time. Search by what you arelooking for or by location. Post your resume.
– This site allows you to search for jobs, post your resume, and get career advice.
– Offers a special section just for veterans. You may search for jobs here by keywords andlocation. Also includes a special section on transferring your military skills to the civilian work force so youmay want to read it.
– Lots of good information on job hunting for those just leaving the service, as well as veterans. This is where you want to go to get prepared for your interviews. Sign up for the digital edition and receiveit in your in box.
– If you're interested in the defense industry, then start here. There's a section forboth employers and potential employees. Register and post your resume for free and look for jobs.
– If you had a job that came with a security clearance, you may want to consider thissite. You can create an account and browse for jobs. I couldn't tell if there was a fee or not, so consider whether you want to pay one before you sign up.
– If you don't have an account on this site, make sure you get one. It's a great way to connect with fellow veterans, and they have tons of advice on everything related to the military and veterans. It'salso free to sign up. List of veteran friendly employers where you may consider applying for a job. There'salso a list of