As a country, we celebrate Veterans Day every November 11 to honor those who courageously served in our Armed Forces. We honor our combat veterans still living from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, Desert Storm, Operations Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom and Inherent Resolve. Continue reading Veterans Day Freebies and Discounts for 2021!
Military history aficionados, it’s time to get giddy. One of the most extraordinary deceptions of the Second World War, Operation MINCEMEAT, is coming to the big screen.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell, the first Black American to serve in the post, died on Monday at the age of 84 due to complications from COVID-19 Continue reading Colin Powell dead at 84 from COVID-19 complications
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Military spouses often face hiring challenges due to their spouse’s occupation, and the global pandemic has exacerbated this even more. The unemployment rate of military spouses is nearly three times greater than Continue reading Best Careers for Military Spouses
In a nutshell…The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers many benefits for eligible veterans, including VA loans, the GI Bill, job training, medical benefits and housing grants for disabled veterans. Continue reading Guide to Veterans Affairs benefits and loans
Veterans have an opportunity to use the land they fought to defend, getting assistance along the way. Continue reading Veterans turn to farming jobs, receive assistance through Farmer Veteran Coalition
Change can be challenging — or even downright difficult. But if you’re transitioning from the military, choosing a career at VA can make the experience alot easier and less stressful. Continue reading What You Can Do to Successfully Transition from A Military Career
Once their service ends, veterans often expect to start a new career. In many cases, the same skills and characteristics that helped make them successful in the military, such as ambition and a drive to succeed, make veterans uniquely suited for entrepreneurial endeavors like business ownership. Continue reading Why Do Veterans Make Great Business Owners?
Whether you’re a current federal employee or new to the Federal Government, your resume is the primary way for you to communicate your education, skills and experience. Continue reading Resume Tips to Land a Federal Job
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Making a great first impression is supposed to be fairly simple. Smile. Make eye contact. Listen more than you speak. Ask questions about the other person. Continue reading Here’s How to Tell in Less Than 1 Minute Whether You’ve Made a Great First Impression, Backed by Science