• How Military Spouses Can Avoid Resume Mistakes

    How Military Spouses Can Avoid Resume Mistakes

    Written by Kelly Fuhlman As a military spouse you likely take on many duties every day, especially as you try to improve your career skills.  One taxing chore that can be tough to keep up with is creating/updating your resume.  There are some common mistakes that most military spouses will make on their resumes.  Given [...]

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  • Ace the Phone Interview

    Ace the Phone Interview

    This article provides key information to help job seekers ace the phone interview.  To begin, I want to provide some insight as to what the initial process looks like upon submitting an application.  Every company may have a slightly different version but the basic steps are usually the same or similar. First, you submit an [...]

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  • It’s All About Work Ethic

    It’s All About Work Ethic

    “Military veterans don’t count the number of hours they are scheduled to be at work. They stay as long as necessary to get the job done.” In 1978 Southern Auto Group opened its first location in the Hampton Roads area. Since then the company has swelled to eight core dealerships across the Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, [...]

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  • Career Training for an enjoyable job

    Career Training for an enjoyable job

    I have an old friend I used to pal around with named Sam. Now, Sam got into a liberal arts degree and from Day 1 of graduating it seems he has proceeded to complain about nearly every job he’s ever had. Nothing is ever satisfying, his potential is being squandered – it’s all counting paychecks [...]

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  • “Find something that piques your interest.”- THE REYNOLDS AND REYNOLDS COMPANY

    “Find something that piques your interest.”- THE REYNOLDS AND REYNOLDS COMPANY

    www.reyrey.com/careers www.reyrey.com/careers/military.asp   The Reynolds and Reynolds Company develops software and computer solutions that help automobile dealerships manage their businesses. The company also supplies business forms and consulting services to dealerships. The company is headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, and has major operations in Celina, Ohio; and Houston and College Station, Texas. Worldwide, Reynolds employs more [...]

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  • Robins Earns Finalist Spot for RecruitMilitary Leadership Award

    Robins Earns Finalist Spot for RecruitMilitary Leadership Award

    Serving her fellow veterans is what motivates this former Air Force sergeant Former Air Force sergeant Ann Maria Robins was named the first runner up for RecruitMilitary’s 2014 Veteran Leadership Award. Robins served the Air Force on both active duty and as a reservist for eleven years. Adobe sponsored the social media contest, which awarded [...]

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  • Joshua Pederson Earns RecruitMilitary’s First Veteran Leadership Award

    Joshua Pederson Earns RecruitMilitary’s First Veteran Leadership Award

    Student and veteran advocate wears many hats in his journey to serve other veterans. Joshua Pederson, a former Marine Corps sergeant, has received RecruitMilitary’s first Veteran Leadership Award. Entrants were asked to upload a photo along with a 150-word “caption” explaining how they embody leadership on RecruitMilitary’s Facebook page. The contest ran for five weeks [...]

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  • KEEP PUSHING, THROUGH THE DOORS

    KEEP PUSHING, THROUGH THE DOORS

    CSX www.csx.com CSX Corporation, together with its subsidiaries based in Jacksonville, Florida, provides rail-based transportation services, including traditional rail service and the transport of intermodal containers and trailers. The CSX Transportation network encompasses about 21,000 route-miles of track in 23 states, the District of Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec. The network serves some of the largest [...]

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  • 2,500 VETERANS ABOARD – AND INGERSOLL RAND WANTS MORE

    2,500 VETERANS ABOARD – AND INGERSOLL RAND WANTS MORE

    http://company.ingersollrand.com http://careers.ingersollrand.com The people and brands of Ingersoll Rand — including Club Car, Ingersoll Rand, Thermo King, and Trane — work together to enhance the quality and comfort of air in homes and buildings. Ingersoll Rand is a $12 billion global business with a long history of hiring veterans. The company currently employs more than [...]

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  • Investing in Its Veterans – Chesapeake Energy Corporation

    Investing in Its Veterans – Chesapeake Energy Corporation

    CHESAPEAKE ENERGY CORPORATION     www.chk.com     www.chk.com/careers   Veterans have several reasons for choosing a particular employer after leaving the service – including financial stability, company values, opportunities for personal growth, and a culture that recognizes the value of someone who served in the military. Many veterans who go to work for Chesapeake Energy Corporation cite another [...]

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