Posts Tagged: veteran

ID Civilian Careers for Veterans

Bradley-Morris, Inc. frequently answers queries related to the military to civilian transition such as this veteran job seeker’s social media question: Q: I’m thinking about going back to school, but I’m interested in pursuing a two-year degree. Do you have any suggestions on good job opportunities that require only an associate degree? How can I… Read more »

Veteran Job Seeker’s Social Media Question

Bradley-Morris, Inc. frequently answers queries related to the military to civilian transition such as this veteran job seeker’s social media question: “Can a potential employer require me to give them my social media passwords in order to view my pages?” In part, the response includes this bit of advice. How do you handle this type… Read more »

Transition from Deployment to Employment

As a part of Accenture’s strategy to find talent, they identify and hire former military service personnel.  They recognize the need to help veterans understand the value of a career with Accenture and the tremendous potential it can offer. Our country’s former service women and men have proven their success in challenging and demanding environments,… Read more »

How Do I Interview a Veteran with a Disability?

The veteran talent pool, like any other job seeker segment, is populated with a certain percentage of individuals with disabilities. So how do you interview a veteran with a disability? I received an inquiry the other day where the recruiter stated that she had received a resume from a military veteran with excellent qualifications for… Read more »

Veteran Entrepreneurs – How to Do Business With the Federal Government

What does a veteran know about business? Turns out former military members often do quite well as business owners because of our discipline, respect for and adherence to processes and procedures, and our determination to see things through to the end. Perhaps you are considering becoming a veteran entrepreneur.  Whether you decide to become a… Read more »