About to transition? The job market is a completely different landscape than it was just a few months ago. With that said, many firms are cranking up their hiring Today’s work market looks increasingly bleak day after day, as the COVID-19 pandemic takes its toll on the economic situation. Consumer demand has actually plunged, striking […]
We’ve all dreaded the pre-employment background check. – Are they a help or just a hassle? In order to keep a company alive and competitive in today’s world, a new flow workers must be maintained. Sure, there are a great deal of advantages keeping staff as long as possible, avoiding hiring. However, in order to […]
Thanking your interviewer could make the difference. So…you’ve applied! You submitted your resume and got the call! Now you just need to pass the interview and get the job! Taking a moment for an extra step AFTER the interview could just be the missing link. Many officers and senior enlisted do this interview tip…it can […]
Serving in uniform can provide easy answers to heavy questions. A mission brings purpose; your rank and job provide a place in the hierarchy; your squad provides camaraderie; and shared hardship reinforces that bond. Without a doubt, military life, provides structure and a sense of belonging that few other organizations, employers or life experiences can […]
A job search after leaving the military can be challenging. On the surface, jobs performed in the service seem highly specialized and specific to military life and many people may be living with the idea that they are best suited to certain careers. However, many of the skills developed in military careers actually translate well […]
Veterans transitioning to civilian job market usually find the experience downright exasperating. Recruiters are at a loss when confronted with military resumes, which – even if impressive – don’t help veterans to find a niche for themselves on the market. Hiring managers don’t know how to categorize this kind of experience and as a result, […]
Orthotics and prosthetics, or O&P, is the evaluation, fabrication, and custom fitting of artificial limbs and orthopedic braces. It’s a trending health profession that includes both cutting edge technology and hands-on patient care.
When returning to civilian life, veterans want to increase their odds of success in the workforce. One of the best ways to do that is by choosing a career path and training that best suits their skills and interests. There are some inherent skills that are taught in the military – including discipline and teamwork […]
Eight Years Strong: Schneider National Ranks #10 on G.I. Jobs’ Top 100 Military Friendly Employers List Continued Commitment to Hiring Current and Former Military Personnel Makes Schneider Highest Ranking Trucking Company on 2014 List GREEN BAY, Wis. – (November 11, 2013) – Schneider National, Inc., a premier provider of truckload, intermodal and logistics services, announced today […]
WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–While posting last weekend’s pictures, commenting on your friend’s status update, or even “liking” some of GEICO’s latest commercials, why not interact with a few GEICO recruiters through its first-ever career fair on Facebook?
Health administration is a growing field, but it’s so diverse and encompasses such a wide variety of jobs that a lot of people who are considering a degree in health administration have questions about what the degree will mean and what their options will be. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about health […]