It is common for service members to accept off-duty employment whether they are assigned to a stateside base or overseas. The military regulates off-duty employment, and service members are required to observe these regulations, regardless of where they take a second job or the nature of that employment. Off-Duty Employment: Regulated at Five Levels Accepting […]
Several unemployment benefits and programs exist for veterans. If you’re a veteran who’s out of work, here are some programs you may be eligible for. Types of Unemployment Benefits for Veterans State unemployment benefits: If you’ve lost your civilian job, you can file for your state’s regular unemployment compensation program based on your salary, how […]
Veterans who are rejoining the civilian workforce or who are interested in changing careers have several resources available to help. The Department of Veterans Affairs is a great place to start. They offer a “Veterans Employment Toolkit” on their website, which includes a variety of resources to find a job, advance or change their careers […]
Military experience can give you a leg-up in the civilian job market. While most companies appreciate the job training and values that come with military experience, some companies go the extra mile to help military members transition to civilian life by providing lucrative career opportunities and training for veterans. Veteran.com’s list of veteran-friendly employers is […]
Here’s a list of local 2021 Veterans Day free meals, household savings and recreation discounts. Veterans Day 2021 will be on Thursday, Nov. 11. Discover the National Military Appreciation Month military discounts available all month long! Veterans Day Guide to Offers National Free Meals & Discounts National Retail, Travel & Service Deals, Discounts, Freebies Local […]
If a service-connected disability has sidelined you from continuing your military career as planned, transitioning into the civilian workforce may feel like being dropped into unfamiliar territory. But you don’t have to navigate it alone. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E) program services to veterans and service members who […]
Following their military careers, many veterans decide to apply for jobs with the federal government. But, this application process can appear complicated and, often, overwhelming. As such, we’ll use this article to provide some tips for veterans to land a federal job. Specifically, we’ll discuss the following: Why Federal Jobs Make Sense for Veterans Tips […]
The Department of Defense employs an impressive number of people worldwide. There are, according to Pentagon sources, some 950,000 civilians working for DoD across a large number of jobs and missions. That is in addition to the worldwide numbers of American troops serving in uniform on active duty, in the Guard, and in the Reserve. […]
There are two types of child care military families come to know – one is provided by the agency found on most military bases known as the Child Development Center or CDC. These offer full-day, part-day, and drop-in care for military families with children aged six weeks to five years old, and operate on schedules […]
Do you want to learn how to become a teacher at a military base high school, middle school, or primary school? This is not your typical educator job and the hiring and even the application requirements can be greatly different than what experienced educators might be used to. What does it take to be considered […]
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