Looking for work is a job in itself, and your resume must include the date you sent it. Dress for the job, and not the interview.
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Find a job, hire a Veteran and learn about employment laws and workplace supports and accommodations.
Job Services & Employment Resources
Get help choosing a career, finding a job or starting a business and learn about employment laws and regulations and workplace accommodations and supports.
Internships, Apprenticeships, Licensing & Certification
Find information on internship and apprenticeship opportunities that can provide work experience and on-the-job training and how to apply military training to civilian licenses and certifications.
Transition Assistance & Vocational Rehabilitation
Learn about transition services, work incentives and VA and State vocational rehabilitation programs helping disabled Service Members and Veterans.
Find resources for employers on recruiting and employing Veterans, where to find job candidates and workplace accommodations and supports.
Employment Associations & Organizations
Links to organizations that help increase employment and business opportunities for Veterans.
Social Networking Sites; Twitter, MySpace, Face book, LinkedIn
Employers will search the internet, for more information about you
Non Veterans Services
www.oregonjobs.org State Government www.usajobs.gov Federal Government
Company web sites Local news paper website
Employers look for Basic skills at the Interview
Job skills, Problem solving skills, Communication skills, Teamwork, Dedication, Positive work attitude. Professional attitude and, a Taylor made Resume with a recent date on it.
DRESS FOR THE INTERVIEW - for the job you are seeking
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The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), which signed a new Alliance Agreement with ODEP in late 2009, has launched a new Disability Employment Resource Page. SHRM created this resource page with employers in mind to offer resources, articles and information to help recruit, hire and retain people with disabilities. The new resource page also includes videos of experts in the field of disability employment.
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