It’s not always easy to get a job after coming out of the army but there are many resources available that can help. Here are some tips on how to get started:

  • Start with a job search.
  • Research job openings that match your skill set and experience, then apply for those jobs.
  • Follow up on your application by sending thank you emails and follow-up calls to the hiring manager if possible. It’s important to let people know what they can expect from you as soon as possible so you don’t get left behind in the new position of employment!
  • Prepare yourself for the interview process by asking questions like: “What do I need to know before an interview?” or “How long will it take me?” These types of questions help put candidates at ease during their first encounter with employers who may have little prior knowledge about military personnel transitioning back into civilian life after serving overseas tours (or even one tour). They also show how eager candidates are about wanting this opportunity—which makes them more attractive candidates than those who expect everything handed down from above without ever having worked hard themselves first!

Things you need to know:

  • The transition from a military to a civilian career can be challenging because it’s different from what you’ve been used to in the past. You’ll have to learn new skills, work with different people and face challenges that may not have been present before your time on active duty. However, there are ways that former servicemen and women can make this transition easier by using their skills as part of new jobs or business opportunities as well as networking with other veterans who have done so successfully before them!
  • There are many federal government positions available at all levels including state agencies (such as state police departments), county sheriff departments, etc…There are also many private sector companies willing to provide employment opportunities within those same industries such as banking institutions where they offer excellent benefits packages along with great paychecks based upon experience level achieved during employment tenure periods spent working within these areas instead!

Military job search websites

There are a number of military job search websites that you can use to help with your job search. The following three sites are some of the most popular:

  • Careerjet
  • Monster
  • Indeed

The best way to find a job after coming out of the military is through online job search sites like LinkedIn or Monster. These websites have thousands of jobs available, so you should be able to find one that suits your skill set and location fairly easily. You could also try using Google’s advanced search options (advanced queries), which will help you narrow down your choices even further by showing related queries such as “military leaders” or “military careers.”

The transition from military to civilian career

You are now a civilian and have a lot of experience. You need to find a job that will be a good fit for you, but it can be difficult to figure out how to do this when you don’t know what type of career path you want or what skills are needed by employers.

The first step in transitioning from military service is planning ahead so that you can ensure success when applying for jobs and interviewing with companies. To prepare yourself for this process:

  • Research different types of careers available in your area
  • Identify which industries interest you most (or least)
  • Determine which skill set makes sense for each role

Federal jobs for former military members

If you are a former military member and want to get a federal job, there are two main ways:

  • The first is through Veterans Affairs (VA). The VA offers three different paths for veterans seeking employment in the federal government:
  • The first path is called the “Veteran Preference Program” or VPP. It allows veterans who have served at least 90 days after September 11th, 2001, and were discharged under honorable conditions to apply directly to their state department of labor for jobs within their region of residence.
  • The second path is called VETS-ICT/Hire Our Heroes (VETS-ICT/Hire Our Heroes), which provides funding for employers who hire veterans in high-growth occupations across all 50 states. This program is only available if your state has implemented it into its own legislation; however, most states have already done so by now!

You may be surprised by some of the things you will have to do to find a job after leaving the military, but don’t let anyone tell you that it’s easy. The best way to prepare yourself for this journey is by being honest with yourself about what kind of job fits your skills and experience. If there are any gaps in your resume, focus on filling them before applying for jobs—and never assume that just because someone says they want veterans on their team means they really do!

We hope this information will help make your transition easier!