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Employers Seeking Military Experience (A-M)

<!-- .company p { padding-bottom:23px; } --> The following employers are actively seeking veterans and those with military experience. For a complete listing of an organization's available job opportunities, click on the link below their name or use's Veteran Job Search. Nominate an employer: Add your organization to this list. More Veteran Employers: N-Z 24 Hour Fitness More info 84 Lumber Co... more

Best Veteran Employers: A Top-35 List

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What makes an employer a top veteran employer? Depending on who you ask and what factors you use, you'll get a bunch of different answers.  Below is one list, the "35 Most Valuable Employers for Military," compiled by Civilian Job News. They took a look at a variety of companies both large and small in multiple industries. Included with each listing below are links to more information about veteran hiring, as well as current ... more

Upcoming Military and Veteran Job Fairs

U.S. Army Reserve soldiers attending attend a job fair at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in July 2014. (C. Terrell Turner/U.S. Army)

Attending a job fair is a proactive way of getting to know companies or industries you're interested in. It's also a great way to make contacts. If you hear about a veteran job fair that's not on this list, let us know by emailing us at more

The Top 10 Paying Jobs in the US

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What are the highest paying jobs in the U.S., based on median annual salaries? We checked with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to get the lowdown, and the top ten occupations are listed below. Some of the jobs aren't unexpected, but some may surprise you -- as it turns out, CEOs aren't #1 on the list. See the full details on each job in the list below, and get the skinny on what it takes to qualify for the job. 10. Lawyer Lawyers (also k... more

What's My Sense of Purpose?

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A veteran I'll call Bob has a good job as a branch manager of a successful company and a loving wife and children. Yet when we met 15 months ago through the ACP website, he was struggling with personal issues related to transitioning out of the Army. Bob recently recalled my assurance then that civilian jobs serve a purpose when he wrote, "I'm still lacking the sense of purpose I had in Iraq and Kosovo and could really use a fresh point ... more

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