Federal jobs aren’t the top choice for college students, and a paltry six percent list said they consider it an ideal career choice.
A new book looks to inspire a community to reach out to veterans – through hiring veterans, and simply sharing in their stories.
Relocating to a new state can be a great move for your career – but you need to consider more than just the job, including moving logistics.
How do you know if the unsolicited email you receive is legitimate, and if the recruiter is trustworthy? It’s an important question so keep these tips in mind.
Here’s a round up of important information you need on how to prepare for an overseas contracting job, from finances to questions to ask.
Think your resume is the only thing that matters? Follow these tips for writing a winning cover letter if you want to land an interview.
BRAC brings uncertainty and often concern for cleared professionals. Prepare for BRAC now to ensure your career stays put even if your job moves.
If you’ve been unemployed more than six months, expect recruiters and hiring managers to ask what you’ve been up to. Be sure you have a good response.
Relocating for a job may be a career saver – or a nightmare. Consider the costs, and read the fine print.
Despite sequestration and budget cuts, Department of Defense jobs still offer a number of rewards.
You made a job transition. Super! The bad news – you hate it.
Considering relocation? This list of top six things to consider before you relocate may help you make your decision.
Feel like you never know what a recruiter is looking for? Here’s the skinny about applying for defense jobs, straight from the recruiter’s mouth.
Take your online networking to an in-person hiring event. Here are top networking tips for career fairs, including why being currently unemployed is something to highlight
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