Federal Job Search By the Numbers

This week I have been teaching Federal Job Search By the Numbers to hundreds of current and former military personnel who are about to be separated or retired and would like to land the best government jobs in America.
My book and curriculum, Ten Steps to a Federal Job is a favorite because of the 10 steps campaign process for this highly complex job search method. The curriculum is utilized in hundreds of military bases worldwide because it is easy to teach, learn, and follow.

18 Critical Mistakes Veterans Make With Their Federal Job Searches

How many of these mistakes do you have on your federal resume? Are you getting Best Qualified and Referred? If not, review this checklist by a Federal Resume guru and determine which of the 18 common mistakes should be fixed or changed with your federal resume. A newly separated or retired military person must have a good resume to begin their next career.

To Choose the Best College Majors, Veterans Need Early Career Counseling, Data Shows

It's a hard truth: Nearly half of recent veterans who use their GI Bill benefits to further their post-secondary education are failing to obtain a diploma or certificate within a decade, says a study released this year. And according to an analysis by The Resume Place, a major cause of this shortfall is veteran students’ uninformed choice of college majors, which leads to underemployment, unemployment or just plain dissatisfaction.