Veterans Resources

American Job Center: Veterans Job Bank that provides a central resource to access jobs specifically for veterans.  Enter Keywords or your MOS/MOC.  Also has job information for other job seekers including youth.  

Veterans ReEmployment:  Match Military experience with Civilian Careers.

Veterans Employment Toolkit: Employment resources by the US Department of Veterans Affairs. 

National Resource Directory:  Hosted by th US Department of Veterans Affairs, resources that connecting Wounded Warriors, Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families to employment. 

VAntage Point:  the official blog of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, thus it is an official government site with reliable content. It contains posts and articles about veterans benefits, veteran employment issues, and veteran support programs such as the the Veteran Retraining and Assistance Program (VRAP) and the Yellow Ribbon Program.

Military.com: A veteran employment center powered by Monster.

VetJobs.com:  Employment site maintained and sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)

GIJobs.com:  This site contains veteran job search tips ranging from how to write a resume to what to wear on an interview. The site posts motivational stories about successful veteran job searches and showcases companies that are recruiting veterans in interview-style articles.

MilitaryHire.com:  A collaborative effort of military veterans and career search professionals.

Riley Guide: The page Veterans and Military Personnel and Their Families, offers extensive resources for veterans seeking employment

CareerOneStop: This website is part of the US Department of Labor's extensive suite of information. It provides occupation information, videos, web-based tools, and a career resource library.

Occupational Outlook Handbook: Published by the US Department of Labor, this provides comprehensive descriptions of most occupations including income, duties, job outlook, and required training and education.