This looks pretty cool!
VetNet‘s mission statement: “Transitioning from military to civilian life presents unique challenges. To make things easier and provide structure, a few of the leading organizations in veteran career development have combined forces to create one easy place to start.”
What does this really mean? Career resources! VetNet offers resume templates, interview tips, salary information, networking, and job search help, and also guides you through starting your own business.
Get started by connecting on G+ with the career track that makes the most sense to you.
If you’re already on VetNet, let me know how it’s working out for you!
What jobs give you the greatest opportunities in 2011?
Alexis Grant of U.S.News & World Report (@USNewsCareers and @alexisgrant) joined our Twitter #careerchat to tell the most promising jobs, careers and industries for job seekers, as reported in U.S. News’s 50 Best Careers of 2011.
And that’s not all the good news: Based on surveys of job-growth projections, salary data and job satisfaction, the employment outlook really is getting brighter. We’ve just got to figure out how to reach out and grab it.
Job seeker? Just want to get ahead in your career?
Join our Twitter #careerchat Tuesdays @ 12 PM CT to talk about everything from friending your boss on Facebook to personal branding to how to get a call back from recruiter.
Follow me @bbenishek or Amanda at @bizMebizgal to see what the next topic is!
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