"Positions on the 2016 Top 25 Hot Jobs list focus less on military occupational skills and more on intangible skills and attributes gained through military training: teamwork, leadership, effective communication, and trainability," said Daniel Nichols.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) March 23, 2016
New data shows top 25 post-military career opportunities for vets in skilled trade, logistics, healthcare and business.
G.I. Jobs®, the premier resource for helping transitioning service members find success in civilian careers, released its fourth annual Top 25 Hot Jobs For Veterans™ list. The 2016 Top 25 Hot Jobs For Veterans™ list includes jobs for which Fortune 1000 companies most actively recruit post-9/11 military veterans. The list will be published in the April issue of G.I. Jobs® and can be viewed online at https://www.gijobs.com/top-25-hot-jobs-for-veterans-2016.
This year’s Hot Jobs range from those in skilled manufacturing and engineering, business operations and management, healthcare and more. The Top 25 Hot Jobs For Veterans™ were derived from proprietary data gathered through 2016 Military Friendly® Employers survey responses submitted by Fortune 1000 companies. The results speak to the variety of opportunities open to post-9/11 service members and dispel common misconceptions about what today’s military can─or should─do after leaving the service.
This year, Business Operations Manager reaches the top of the list for the first time, replacing Information Technology Specialist, which drops to the second spot. In addition, the position of Asset Protection Officer debuts on the list at #8.
1. Business Operations Manager
2. Information Technology Specialist
3. Logistician & Supply Chain Manager
4. Customer Service Manager/Rep
5. Sales Rep & Business Development
6. Operations & Facilities Manager
8. Asset Protection Officer
9. Electrical & Mechanical Technicians
10. Industrial Systems Operators
11. Field Service Representative
12. Finance Services & Accounting Manager
13. Communications Technician
14. Manufacturing Technician
15. Software Engineer
16. Training & Development Specialist
17. HR Manager
18. Front-Line Supervisor: Construction
19. Retail Store Manager
20. Clinical Technician
21. Claims Representative
22. Bank Branch Manager
23. Commercial Driver
24. Registered Nurse
25. Intelligence Analyst
“It’s exciting to see the dichotomy of occupation types open to today’s service members,” said Daniel Nichols, Chief Product Officer at Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs® and Navy Reserve veteran. “Notably, positions on the 2016 Top 25 Hot Jobs list focus less on military occupational skills and more on intangible skills and attributes gained through military training: teamwork, leadership, effective communication, trainability and logistics experience. What company wouldn’t want those?”
Visit http://www.gijobs.com for information about the Top 25 Hot Jobs for Veterans™ and transition and career resources.
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About Victory Media:
Publisher of G.I. Jobs®, Victory Media is a service-disabled, veteran-owned business serving the military community since 2001. G.I. Jobs® is the premier brand in military recruitment and free guide to opportunities from classrooms to careers for the military community. Follow G.I. Jobs® on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/GIJobsMagazine or Twitter @GIJobsMagazine.
To learn more about G.I. Jobs® and all of Victory Media’s brands, visit http://www.victorymedia.com.
For further information or to arrange interviews, contact:
Barbara Pflughaupt, BP Media Relations, LLC, at (212) 707-8181