Instead of focusing on saving money or paying debt, this military personal finance roundup focuses on job hunting. Once veterans return to civilian life, they’ll have to make a strong effort to find work. The blog posts in this roundup are not exclusive to veterans, so military spouses might find these resources useful too.
Seeking employment as a veteran shouldn’t be intimidating, but rather exciting. The transition to the civilian workforce isn’t always easy. However, the skill sets veterans develop while in the service can contribute to a stellar résumé. Take a look at these blogs for more employment guidance.
- Lifehacker encourages job seekers to add personal projects to résumés.
- There are endless resources on the Internet that outline ways to write an engaging résumé. Three Thrifty Guys’ breakdown is solid, simply outlining how to write a résumé that gets read.
- Going on a job hunt isn’t free. You’ll have to spend money to make money, but there are ways to save money while job hunting.
- Here’s a 90-day plan to enter the workforce. It’s laid out well and could lead to great successes if you follow it closely.
- Have you wondered what industries will offer job security and income? Take a look at the top 16 careers for the future.
- One blogger wonders if you should be using LinkedIn.
- Another blogger runs down the best ways to use LinkedIn.
- Searching for work can be a full-time job that doesn’t pay. Here are ways to handle debt if you’re unemployed.