Job Seekers; Upload Your Resume and Video Now! 

Help us build a great database of qualified military veterans for employers to find you! Use your smartphone, tablet, webcam, or digital camcorder to show the real you – it’s easy and FREE! 

Did you know that 52% of employers now use video in their hiring process? Let’s continue to make the go-to destination for employers who want to meet you and hire you. Get the edge NOW! 

Lance T. Walker, Managing Director 
USAF Veteran 



My oldest daughter is off to college next year, so I hope she heeds my advice. Pinterest is fine, I tell her, communicating on Twitter is even better, but it’s LinkedIn that will help her network online. I haven’t seen LinkedIn offered as a core course at her school, but maybe I’ll make a strong suggestion.

Career Development Carnival: March 2013

Career Development Carnival: March 2013

Welcome to the Career Development Carnival hosted by Hannah Morgan and Lynn Dessert.

Here’s how a blog carnival works. Each month, we invite career experts to share their top career related tips and advice.

As a carnival host, I organize the posts so that you can find what you need quickly and give you a snap shot of each author’s content. Each blog title is linked to the article so that you can read and visit their site. If you like what you read, help promote the article through your favorite social channel – LinkedIn, Twitter, Google +, Facebook or email it. When you share their articles it is a way to communicate your appreciation.

5 Things military retirees and vets get to decide about their career now

5 Things military retirees and vets get to decide about their career now

As you decide what you’d like to do for a living in your next job, the type of company that you’d like to work for and the location and salary that your skills can warrant, you have made a start in answering some very important questions for your career outside of the military. You are a capable, confident and interested career changer. Companies are dying to have former military persons on their team. It is incumbent on you to decode your military experiences into readable, understandable skills that can be appreciated by the civilian human resources representatives. As you begin to merge through, keep in mind that your job seeking materials (resume, cover letter, bio, web resume, LinkedIn profile, association membership and networking) is a tool that you will use to network to locate the hidden job market. These are jobs that are not advertised but are certainly waiting to be offered to you build relationships and demonstrate your skills, accomplishments and values to your network.

Career Development Carnival Dec 2012

Career Development Carnival Dec 2012

I’m a CMO But I Need Help Writing My Executive Resume

How To Backup Your LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+, Twitter & Pinterest Accounts

Answering “Have You Ever Been Fired? Asked to resign?”

The A-Z guide to landing your dream job in 2013

The New LinkedIn Profile- A Video Tour

Job Search: 5 Reactions To Labor Disputes

Sites You Should Be Using

Jingle Bells! Jingle Bells! Making Your Résumé Ring Out Loudly in 3 Ways!

Life is Like a Ten-Speed Bike

Performance Appraisal Time? Update your Resume at the Same Time

One of job search’s biggest roadblocks: You don’t know what you don’t know

Does your resume anticipate where you are going?

Does your resume anticipate where you are going?

Resumes need to tell a calculated, specific story. Hiring officials appreciate it when job seekers take the time, energy and investment to understand who they are as a professional and communicate that to them. You will be able to gauge if your resume does this by the number of interviews that you have arranged after submitting your resume within thirty days. If you do not get an invitation to chat – your resume is deleted and you receive the ‘thank you for your application – at this time we will not invite you to continue in the application processes’.

Career Development Carnival

Career Development Carnival

5 Ways to Avoid Sabotaging Your Career

Companies Hire Skill Sets, Not Job Titles

Career Goals for 2013, What have you learned in 2012?

Long Haired Freaks Need Not Apply (Then)

What Not to do if you Hate Your New Job

My Three Words for 2013

5 quirky ways to get noticed in the job market

7 Common Job Interview Questions That Can Trick You

What to do After a Bad Job Interview

How To Answer: What Have You Been Doing All This Time?

Tools to Organize Your Job Search in 2013

Answering the “Tell Me about Yourself” Interview Question

Over 40 and looking for a job you’re in a “shame spiral.”

Job Hunting Lessons: Evaluate Your Progress