(PRWEB) March 28, 2006
The nation’s largest military career expo company proudly announced today the launch of the new MilitaryStars corporate website that will further assist transitioning military personnel and veterans in finding civilian jobs.
The new site, located at http://www.militarystars.com, was designed specifically around complete ease of use for candidates and employers alike.
“From ease of use to our career tools section to our client side offerings, our new site ensures that military veterans will find the post-military employment search information and resources they need, that employers will find the career expo and candidate information that they need, and that through navigating our site, all will become more educated as to the inherent value that military veterans bring to an organization or business,” said MilitaryStars CEO Hal Fischer.
Through the overhaul of its existing site, all event-specific information is now housed on one event page, and MilitaryStars added thorough job seeker resources in its career tools section:
· Military Resume Builder is a Free online resume-building tool specifically designed for military veterans to utilize in creating, designing, completing, storing and distributing resumes;
· Military Career Assessment offers a Free online career and professional assessment that analyzes and identifies how military veterans best fit into the civilian employment market given their military experience.
· Salary Wizard offers military veterans a Free breakdown of what professionals make in a specific position in a specific region of the country, and allows military job seekers to have a better idea of what they can expect to make in a civilian career given their military experience.
· MilitaryStars Blog is a Free and relaxed job seeker online forum that offers military personnel and veterans unique career advice, daily information on life after the military and the civilian career search, and encourages job seeker feedback.
“We’re proud to offer our military job seekers expanded resources through our new website. What we hear from our veterans more and more every day is that they need more readily available information to help them start out in the civilian employment market, and equally, that they need the opportunity to get a good civilian job. With this website, we can now do more to offer our veterans both resources and the chance at a top-notch civilian career,” said Fischer, adding, “MilitaryStars is the place for military veterans looking for a civilian career. We’re here to serve them and to deploy their military talent to corporate America.”
Next up on the MilitaryStars schedule is the Northeast Regional Career Expo in New York, NY on April 4th, to be followed directly by a joint MilitaryStars/ClearedStars Midwest Regional Career Expo in Denver, CO on April 13th.
About MilitaryStars: The nation’s largest military career expo company, veteran-owned MilitaryStars furthers its mission to assist transitioning military and veterans in finding civilian jobs via regional career expos throughout the United States. Please visit http://www.militarystars.com, or call (800) 775-1415.
Ethan Grefe, Corporate Communications
(800) 775-1415 x186
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