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You served your country, now what? This topic focuses on veterans looking for work and support for what comes next in their careers.
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Brandon Gitz
3 days ago

Hello everyone,

Currently I am trying to get my foot in the door somewhere working with technology or computers. I will be finishing up a B.A in Cyber Security come Feb. Unfortunately I don't have a solid portfolio or any current certifications which I know take time. That being said I feel as though I need practical and technical experience to be competitive. Even an entry level position would be okay with me. I was a prior service Marine and work very hard at everything I do. Anyone been in the same scenario?

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David A.
4 days ago

Hi all,

I am a disabled veteran and I am applying for a different position, within Amazon.com. How does their Military Pathways work?

#jobsearch #application #hiringevents #interview

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Rickey Brown
5 days ago

I haveI have worked in both the private and federal sector as a spiritual care provider. I’ve been an intricate member of the hospital bioethics team, as well as a first responder for the veterans affairs hospital as a chaplain. And now I am currently operating and serving as a hospice spiritual/ bereavement care coordinator. #workfromhome

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5 days ago

Experience in working independently and serving "customers" aka personnel in the Army. Very fluent with Microsoft Office Applications. Anyone able to help?

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Linda Evcic
5 days ago

Lawrence, I have twelve years of customer service-accounting tech experience in the United States Navy. Also I am the widow of a deceased-Navy Disabled Veteran.
[email protected] #customerservice

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Ruth Nicolas

If you’re a civilian and don’t hold a degree, the best way to get in the VA (in my opinion) is to apply for a Nurses Assistant position. It would help to have some experience but if you don’t then they’d probably get you trained. Many years ago a Certificate wasn’t required. I’m not sure about now. Hope this helps.

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Kenneth Rodriquez

Hello you have to set up a account with USA. Jobs go through that pick the job your looking for the big thing answer every question look at and study the KSA about the job Good luck

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craig claycomb
6 days ago
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Louis Napoleon
7 days ago

It depends on your position. I never worked as an employee, but, as a contractor, I provided job training, placement, and retention services for disabled veterans with criminal justice issues, i.e., arrests and convictions.

My experiences were rewarding and profitable; the Department of Veterans Affairs was one of my best clients.

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Louis Napoleon
7 days ago

It depends on your position. I never worked as an employee, but as a contractor, I provided job training, placement, and retention services for disabled veterans with criminal justice issues, i.e., arrests and convictions.

My experiences were rewarding and profitable; the Department of Veterans Affairs was one of my best clients.

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Michael Andrews
7 days ago

I’m A Vietnam Veteran 7 Years Active Duty In The USMC And 30 Government Service. Retired With 37 Years In 2014. Lots Of Knowledge And Experience To Share And Serve People.

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