A new website http://www.GetMyVetaJob.com is now available to help those in the military both active and retired, and members of their family find work.

“Get My Vet a Job was created and designed with one intent, one purpose, and one mission: To provide all the employment, services, and opportunity to our military whether active or retired. This site is solely dedicated to your jobs and careers,” the site creators say.

Exiting the military or being an active reservist, finding a career, a true career that you can grow with can be difficult and frustrating, they note. “Finding employment that you believe matches your financial needs and wants often leads the job seeker in circles.”

Get My Vet a Job, with employers in all 50 states in the United States, has put together a comprehensive job database. All are geared toward the military and family. They list companies such as Apple, American Express, 1-800-FLOWERS, Mozilla, Aetna to name a few, with jobs and careers in: Sales, Service, Management, Technical, IT, Technical Support, Education, Medical, Finance, Customer Service.

In addition to a large database, Get My Vet a Job offers a range of services to promote job hunting success, including resume writing, cover letter development and interview training. The experts at the site say that they know after a career in the military it is difficult to put job training and field expertise into words that attract employers and they provide well equipped resume writers.

For those interested in a face to face experience with recruiters, RecruitMilitary will hold a Veterans
Job Fair here on Thursday, June 27, from 11AM to 3PM. The event will be held at Turner Field,755 Hank Aaron Drive, 30315.

Veterans and theiry spouses will meet with veteran-friendly local and national employers including Grady Health System, Gypsum Management & Supply, Home Depot, Subsea 7, American Income Life Insurance Co., Ecova, McDonald’s Corp., Norfolk Southern Corp., Walgreens, INTELSAT, Military Sealift Command, and many more.

This event is being produced by RecruitMilitary in cooperation with The American Legion.

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