Jobs For Former Military
Transitioning from the military can be a daunting prospect for anyone. For those stationed overseas, this means leaving
good friends and familiar places. For any full-time military personnel, it definitely means leaving behind the routine that
has become the way in which a person has lead their life for any number of years. With all the possibilities of a new location
and line of livelihood, the number of choices can simply become overwhelming. However, there are easy ways to find the best
jobs when it's time to move into the workforce, and CivilianJobs.com can help.
The military is the second largest provider of skilled personnel after college graduates. Employers often prefer those who
have served their countries and communities due to the level of expertise and dedication that's typically demonstrated during
the years of service. Finding a job will not be an issue for most recently discharged personnel. The challenge is wading
through the sheer volume of possibilities and deciding in which way one wishes to shape the remainder of their civilian
Making the Right Decision
In the private sector, employers are constantly looking for disciplined employees to fill a wide range of positions. The
skills you learn in the military--in any branch--are highly translatable to the work environment. The trick is to market
your skill and discipline in a way that employers will respond to.
Government hot sheets, job fairs, and state employment agencies are available to help you find the job that is right for
you. CivilianJobs.com lies on the cutting edge of placement technology. Staffed by a number of former military personnel,
CivilianJobs.com can help the newly discharged soldier navigate the plethora of available possibilities, build a professional
resume, and contact employers waiting to meet people who have the discipline and drive to succeed.