The guide will start by telling veterans which companies and industries are most likely to hire veterans, he said. It will then move on to teaching them how to fill out job applications and what to do during the job interview process.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 27, 2014
MilitaryRecordsLookup.com is starting an initiative to help veterans learn the best way to enter the job market when they leave the armed services, the company announced yesterday.
“We are in a time when many people are finally coming home after serving their country overseas,” a MilitaryRecordsLookup.com spokesman said. “But they are coming home at a time when the job market is very tight. Many of these veterans have never held or applied for a civilian job. They are real American heroes, and we want to help them with this very important part of adjusting to military life.”
The guide will start by telling veterans which companies and industries are most likely to hire veterans, he said. It will then move on to teaching them how to fill out job applications and what to do during the job interview process, he said.
“Trying to get your first civilian job can be very intimidating,” he said. “But veterans need to make it happen. Anything we can do to make the process just a little bit easier is something we think is worth doing for these true American heroes. We want to give them the helping hand they so desperately deserve.”
The guide is being put together with the help of employers and fellow veterans, he said.
“Being a veteran can be a real advantage when you enter the job market,” he said. “But only if you know how the system works. Our guide will provide the bedrock of information these people need.”
MilitaryRecordsLookup.com is a public records database that specializes in providing military records to customers in the United States. Find out information such as discharge status, length of service, medals received, and more. Visit MilitaryRecordsLookup.com today to speak with a live representative, call 1-877-661-6437, or email Support(at)MilitaryRecordsLookup(dot)com with any questions or concerns.