sh and iKrut will blast it out to over 20 free job sites, job search engines and your social media pages for you free, storing all the responses for you.If anyone knows of any other free job boards, classified sites or job search engines that we could submit jobs to as part of the job distribution tool then can you let me know. Here's where we post to so far or will be shortly:www.check4jobs.com/www.jobrapido.comwww.workhound.co.ukwww.trovit.co.ukwww.simplyhired.comwww.oodle.co.ukwww.jooble-uk.comwww.job-search-engine.comwww.olx.comwww.yakaz.comwww.twitter.comwww.facebook.comwww.linkedin.comwww.careerjet.comwww.justjobs.comwww.indeed.comwww.glassdoor.comwww.jobinventory.comwww.jobs4jobs.comwww.careerbliss.comwww.mynewjobsearch.comwww.1job.co.ukwww.jobisjob.co.ukwww.wheretofindjobs.netwww.jobsafari.co.ukwww.linkup.comwww.adzuna.co.ukwww.jobs-to-careers.comwww.njobsuk.co.ukwww.workcircle.co.ukwww.bright.comall suggestions welcome.Nick…
f the Wednesday Wisdom column in April of 2008, the RBC community has argued, discussed, and enjoyed a wide variety of perspectives on a surprising variety of questions. Here’s a look back at the entertaining, brilliant, and sometimes nonsensical interaction that can happen when a community embraces open dialogue. I give both readers and commenters my heartfelt thanks for taking part in the fun!
Hiring Manager smackdown: Justified, or just crazy?
The amazing Houdini candidate
Hair of the dog
Poached please, with solicitation on the side
Don't make me go there. Seriously.
How do you spell RELIEF?
Babies, bathwater, and recruiting careers
Defending the ugly client
Fool me once, shame on you…
Cliff notes for candidates
Park it at the door, missie.
My candidate, the juggler
Burn baby burn
Network? You bet. Now where's that paycheck?
What's your hang up?
Work that plan!
The case of the disappearing hiring manager
The last of the late, great recruiters
Back in a flash
Caught in the crossfire
What goes bump in the night
The relocation runaround
Inquiring minds want to know
No soup for you
I know something you don't know
Shift keeps happening
Drink 'em pretty
I'm just a girl who can't say no
Smell the roses
Guns and common sense
What's a recruiter to do?
What my kids taught me about being a better recruiter
HR strikes again
Gunnin' for the boss
If a tree falls in the forest…
Measurement and the art of recruiting
When the recruiter becomes the candidate
Who's the boss?
Praise the Lord and pass the earplugs
Why don't recruiters get it?
Beat them candidates! Beat them, I say!
The flight of wonder boy
Who's the bad guy??
Lying sack of recruiters
Lucy, you've got some 'splaining to do
To cut or not to cut
Stalked by my own recruiter
Do you tattoo?
Elvis has left the building
Short Timer's disease
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te! This axiom has held true all the way back to WWII. See https://vetjobs.com/media/2013/03/31/veteran-unemployment-rate-lower-than-nonveteran-2/ At VetJobs (www.vetjobs.com) we see over 700,000 veterans a month going through our site. For the most part, those veterans coming off active duty are finding employment, which is not to say that there are not many having problems. In this recession many veterans as well as non-veterans are having problems, but the fact remains that veterans are finding jobs at a better rate than non-veterans. Where there is a true veteran unemployment problem is in the National Guard & Reserve (NG&R). The reason you see a somewhat increased unemployment rate among young veterans is due to the NG&R, which make up 55% plus of our total fighting force. Were it not for the high unemployment rate in the NG&R, the overall unemployment rate for ALL veterans would only be about 4.5%. The NG&R have a high unemployment rate relative to non-NG&R is because the NG&R were used as a back door draft by DOD for the last 13 years. They were called up so many times that civilian employers shy away from hiring members of the NG&R. VetJobs has done many programs with 60 Minutes, NPR, CNN, etc. that documented this issue. You listed three resources. Besides RecruitMilitary, there are over 60 third party recruiting firms that specialize in veterans and/or transitioning military. There are 54 state employment sites and 30 civilian job board sites. Here are the better known military employment sites from the Niche Job Board Sites list in the Employment Assistance section of VetJobs: Civilian Jobs www.civilianjobs.com Corporate Gray www.corporategray.com Defense Jobs www.defensejobs.com GI Jobs www.gijobs.com Helmets to Hardhats www.helmetstohardhats.com Hero2Hired www.h2h.jobs Hire A Hero www.hireahero.org Hire Patriots www.hirepatriots.com Hire Veterans www.hireveterans.com iHireVeterans www.ihireveterans.com Job Opportunities for Disabled American Veterans www.jofdav.com Jobs2Vets www.jobs2vets.com Marine Executive Association www.marineea.org Military2Career www.military2career.com Military.com www.military.com Military-Civilian www.military-civilian.com Military Connection www.militaryconnection.com Military Hire www.militaryhire.com Military Job Zone www.militaryjobzone.com MOAA www.moaa.org/Main_Menu/Access_Member_Benefits/Careers/Careers.html Military Spouse Corporate Career Network www.msccn.org Military to Medicine www.militarytomedicine.org Put Vets to Work www.putvetstowork.com TechExpoUSA www.techexpousa.com Transition Assistance Online www.taonline.com Transition Careers www.transitioncareers.com VetJobs www.vetjobs.com VetReady www.vetready.org VetSuccess www.vetsuccess.gov We Hire Heroes www.wehireheroes.com The REAL veteran unemployment problem in the US today is the NG&R. That is where the emphasis of programs should concentrate. With best regards, Ted Daywalt President VetJobs …