We here at Trademark Productions are huge supporters our American military veterans. We realize that if it were not for them, we would not be able to enjoy the numerous freedoms the rest of the world only dreams about. We appreciate our military veterans so much that we hired Tony, who is an Army veteran. So today we’re going to do what we can to provide a little bit of help to our other American military veterans. For many veterans, the transition from military life to civilian life can be very difficult, especially when you’re looking for a new career. Fortunately, last month the White House started the “Joining Forces” initiative. The primary objective of this program is to get veterans a job and help their spouses find work as well. Below, we’re going to discuss three websites veterans can go to look for work. So if you’re a veteran, or you know someone who is, please pay close attention to the information provided below.


Vetjobs.com has been helping veterans since 1999. They have been considered one of the top job boards for veterans because they have already helped more than 10 million veterans find work. It’s free to register on the website and, once registered, you can post your resume and search through numerous job postings. If you’re looking to help your spouse find work, Vetjobs.com also provides a “spouse” tab for spousal career services.

America’s Veteran

This website is strictly designed to help military veterans find jobs within the federal government. Veterans, veteran family members and transitioning service members can search for jobs on the website. The site also has some interesting information regarding the lists of Veteran Employment Program Offices. This information provides contact numbers, names and e-mail addresses of organizations recruiting military veterans. Veterans are stressed to contact these people while on their job search.


This is probably the most recognized and trusted source for military veteran careers. They proclaim that they have the “largest veteran job board in the world” and not many would disagree with that. Veterans can create and post their resume, search for jobs and network with other veterans to find out about local career fairs. Some of the major companies that post to Military.com are Boeing, Wal-Mart and Allstate.

These are three great resources for our courageous veterans out there. All of us here at Trademark Productions would like to thank all of our military veterans for their service and sacrifice for America. We truly hope this information will help you find the right career.

One response to “Are You a Military Veteran Looking for Work?

Posted by Popo T. Taimua

I will be retiring here in June 2013, and that will put me 23 yrs in the Army. The Army was the only real job I had. I have served in Somalia twice, Kosovo and OEF three times. I am looking for a job in Raefored NC and Fayettville NC. I would like to thank you for everything that you are doing helping out all the Vet.

SFC Taimua, Popo T.

Posted on June 21, 2012 at 8:50 am

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