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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Veterans often find returning to civilian life a bit challenging, especially when they struggle to find work. If you know someone who served or is transitioning back to the private sector and looking for jobs, check out the following targeted employment websites for vets.

Military.com – Offers what it calls “the largest veteran job board” in the world. Search for jobs, create and post resumes, network and look-up nearby career fairs. You can also find a list of military friendly employers.

VetJobs.com – Sponsored by The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States and endorsed by several military organizations, this website offers free registration. There’s also resume creation and tools, job searching and a unique feature – a spouse portal offering support to family members of those who’ve served.

FedsHireVets.com – This is an official website from the federal government’s Office of Personnel Management. It’s designed to help vets find jobs across the many arms of the U.S. Government. It’s also not just for vets – you can search as a transitioning service member or a family member and connect with other vets through helpful forums.

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  • Lotus

    Another site is USAJobs.gov. Vacancies for jobs on the Arsenal are posted there. Our vets have priority over non-vets for hiring.

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