Posts Tagged: military job seeker

A Q&A with Peter Gudmundsson of RecruitMilitary

In 2016, the largest military recruiting company in the country was formed, offering hiring organizations access to more than 1,000,000 military job seekers via Bradley-Morris and RecruitMilitary. This new partnership means that employers now have access to contingency recruiting, military job fairs, employer branding, a veteran-focused publication and more in a one-stop shop. We had… Read more »

Promising Career Paths

Depending on where you are stationed, the weather outside may be frightening. But according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment outlook for 2016 through 2024 is not. You already know that jobs in the energy, construction and health care industries are hot, but what if those types of jobs just aren’t right… Read more »

Healthcare Rules for Transitioning Military

Bradley-Morris answers questions from transitioning military job seekers. Q: I am transitioning out in 2014 and I’m confused about the new healthcare laws, specifically the individual shared responsibility provision under the Affordable Care Act. Will I need to carry health insurance immediately on the day I transition out or face a fine? What are the… Read more »

Military Job Seekers

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Social Media 101: How You Can Effectively Leverage This Online Phenomenon To Brand Yourself

Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are all social media outlets used primarily as platforms for interactive communities to share current happenings. Society has typically viewed the use of these sites for entertainment purposes, but I propose that military job seekers approach them as “networking resources.” Think of them as online résumés! Let’s begin with the more… Read more »

Military Resumes featured by Military Times Edge

MilitaryResumes.com and Bradley-Morris, Inc. (“BMI”) were recently featured on MilitaryTimesEdge.com. “Rescue your résumé: 6 places to get help” by Adam Stone identifies 6 resources vets can leverage to pull together interview winning military résumés, including Military Resumes and BMI. Here is the article in its entirety: Rescue your résumé: 6 places to get help by… Read more »

Applicant Tracking System: Useful Tool or Military Resume Abyss?

If you have been at the job search game for a while, there is a good chance that the résumé you submitted for at least one online job opportunity is still floating around in space. Military job seekers are frequently thwarted by furtive Applicant Tracing Systems. So what are they? The official definition of an… Read more »

Using “Resourcefulness” to Develop a Military Resume and Land a Civilian Job

I proudly present another article from MilitarytoCivilian.com’s wildly popular guest writer, Judy Navarrete, SPHR. Judy is an accomplished HR professional who first contacted me at Military Resumes to express her interest in sharing her vast human resources and operations management experience and insight into the business world with military job seekers. Her observations are food for… Read more »

Guidelines for Emailing a Military Resume

Afraid your military resume is heading straight for a spam folder? Here’s how to increase the odds of your military resume being read by a recruiter or hiring manager when sending it via email. The first question about e-mailing your military resume is whether to send it as an attachment or just paste it into… Read more »

Back to Basics: the Three Most Important Military Resume Guidelines

In this month’s issue of Spotlight, the official newsletter of the Professional Association of Resume Writers & Career Coaches, industry pioneer Jay Block revisits the very definition of a resume.  This got me thinking… if a certified professional military resume writer could benefit from a refresher course on the basics, so could a military job… Read more »