Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Dear Veteran, (a message from the VA)

I could save you the effort of reading this entire message by merely posting the link to the new employment site, but where's the fun in that? km

Dear Veteran,

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is working to improve the job seeking capabilities of both Veterans and Employers. The new Employment Center on eBenefits provides Veterans, Servicemembers and their beneficiaries with a seamless career search experience that connects with public and private-sector employers. This new tool integrates functionality previously found and the Veterans Job Bank.

Because the tools available on have now been integrated into the new, seamless career experience available at the Employment Center, the website will only be available for a limited time longer.

( *The link for access has also been relocated and can now be accessed by visiting the Employment Center, clicking Job Seeker Resources and Services, and selecting Partnered Resources.)

In the new Employment Center, you can use the Skills Translator to translate your military skills to civilian skills or skip directly to building a resume with the Resume Builder tool. Uploaded resumes will be seen by both private and public sector employers who are specifically looking to hire Veterans. Please, visit and click on the Employment Center tab on the top navigation bar to create your resume. This will ensure that employers looking to hire Veterans like you continue to have access to your resume online.

If you need any assistance with this process, you can find contact information on eBenefits, under Contact Us. VA encourages all job seekers to check out the new Employment Center and create a resume today!

Very Respectfully,

Department of Veterans Affairs
Veterans Benefits Administration
Office of Economic Opportunity
Employment Team

OK, OK.  Here's the link:

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