New Social Media Guide Helps Veterans Get Noticed by Employers That Want To Hire Military Members

Corporate Gray published "Social Media and Your Job Search: Maximizing Your Network for a Successful Transition," a new book to help veterans use social media tools in their career transition to supplement more traditional methods. The book includes a QR code that links to updated military-to-civilian transition advice.

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Military-to-Civilian Transition

Social Media and Your Job Search

Fairfax Station, VA (PRWEB) March 24, 2014

Corporate Gray published an updated Social Media Guide to help transitioning military members and veterans use social media tools in their job search to supplement more traditional methods. This unique guide provides practical step-by-step instructions on the best ways to use LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Google Plus, QR codes, blogs, and other online methods to increase the effectiveness of military-to-civilian career transitions.

"Social Media and Your Job Search: Maximizing Your Network for a Successful Transition" was published by Competitive Edge Services, Inc., which does business as Corporate Gray. Author Karin Lockhart-Durkee, Social Media Director for the company, emphasizes the use of social media tools to get noticed for your expertise, build your network of supporters and industry contacts, and find job opportunities through connections and research. The 82-page print publication includes a QR code to link the reader with updated online content about military-to-civilian career transitions and the ever-changing social media tools to facilitate their job search.

The book may be purchased through the publisher for $5.95 and is also available as a Kindle book and an iBook. Quantity discounts are available to government agencies and other organizations that purchase books to help transitioning military members and veterans find jobs.

About Corporate Gray
Competitive Edge Services, Inc., which does business as Corporate Gray, provides military-to-civilian career transition books, job fairs, and online services. Since 1997, Corporate Gray has connected military members with employers that want to hire veterans and has distributed more than 3 million copies of its books to separating and retiring military members. The veteran-owned small business, based in Fairfax Station, Virginia, was founded by Carl S. Savino, a former Army officer and West Point graduate. Karin Lockhart-Durkee, the Social Media Director for Corporate Gray, conducts social media workshops for transitioning military members in the Washington DC metro area.


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