“Job Search”. . .
USAJOBS is the United States Government's official website for listing civil service job opportunities with federal agencies. This flier provides information and tips for creating a profile and for searching and applying for jobs within the site.
The "Resume Writing" webpage discusses the resume formats preferred by hiring managers and shows you how to write your summary statement, employment history and other sections of your resume. Browse the resume samples and use the resume template to create your own resume.
Research hundreds of occupations to learn about job descriptions, work environments, educational and licensing requirements and salaries.
The Spouse Education and Career Opportunities Program Facebook page focuses specifically on career and education guidance for military spouses. This page offers information tailored towards military spouses, including career and education resources, SECO tools and exclusive online social events.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has established that combined transportation and housing decisions can save money and build wealth. “Transportation and Housing Costs” explains that finding a job closer to home can increase your disposable income.
Develop transferable skills to help build your resume through volunteering. Use the 'Volunteer Search' tool on the CNCS website to locate a range of possible volunteer opportunities at community organizations in your local area.
Goodwill Community Foundation’s “Job Hunt with Social Media” training module explains how to use social media sites to expand your network and build new connections. You will learn about different strategies for using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media sites in your job search.
More and more companies require online employment applications from applicants seeking positions. The online application allows employers to gather information in a uniform format, making it easier for them to compare prospective employees.
Take charge of your PCS move by using the Plan My Move resource.
Explore state and national labor market trends and forecasts to see geographic differences in job and career opportunities.
Occupational Outlook Handbook