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To determine which type of job is right for you, focus on a group of jobs in these categories: · Jobs that you are definitely interested in · Jobs that you are probably interested in · Jobs that make you feel indifferent · Jobs that you are probably not interested in · Jobs that you are definitely not interested in It is good to know what you are not interested in as a profession. This helps get you closer to the type of job that…
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I once heard a quote by George Patton that speaks about the core belief system of Americans and that is our quest for excellence. We expect to be excellence and that is the primary reason why we in our U.S. Armed Forces have never lost a war. With that mindset, we all know that you as a military veteran, now civilian administrator will strive for and exceed all standards. For employment opportunities in healthcare, see http://www.sentara.com/employment. See article @ http://www.examiner.com/list/4-reasons-to-roll-out-the-red-carpet-and-hire-a-vet. For more information, go to http://jobwinningresumes.net
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.
Each and every state in the United States of America hosts a job portal to help connect companies with motivated job seekers. Job seekers include those who are undereducated (6th grade education or less) to those who possess a PhD. The site include: Resumes Upload information, jobs from popular sites (indeed, CareerBuilder, Monster; state jobs; temp jobs and other training information. The simply way to connect to this free valuable site is to Google the name of the state.gov and seek the words employment. Here are a few leads for our southern states. Alabama – https://joblink.alabama.gov/ada/ Mississippi – http://mississippi.us.jobs/ Tennessee – www.jobs4tn.gov Florida – http://www.floridajobs.org/ South Carolina – http://www.dew.sc.gov/default.asp North Carolina – http://www.nccommerce.com/workforce/job-seekers
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