Is your job search driving you mad?

Abridged: Career Mag

DENVER, CO — The way to win that interview and land that job is to be thoughtful in your search. Here are some tips on how to approach your job search with care: Target your resume. Tailor your resume and match your skills to those requirements of the job. Stay organized. While you search for a new job, create a system that works for you to keep track of the positions you’ve applied for, followed up on, and those you need to provide with more information. Utilize job search tools to organize your search and save you time.

Make sure that you set goals for yourself throughout the process. Keep yourself on track by setting deadlines. Do your homework. Before applying to a job make sure you do a little digging before you submit your resume. Use your network. Your network of contacts can introduce you to potential employers, but it’s not their only purpose. They’re also there to be your sounding board. Use them as such.

Be positive. No one wants to be around someone who feels sorry for them self and seems like they’re about to go off the deep end. Having a positive attitude and being able to roll with the punches shows a great sense of character on paper and in person. Just to end on a high note, while your job search can seem daunting at times these tips will help to keep you organized and grounded. is a portal of all things military.  We appreciate your service and patronage and continuously work to be your “go-to” site for employment and education information.  We work to connect members of military and veteran communities as well as their families with outstanding jobs.  We handle all occupational areas including healthcare, transportation, law enforcement, trades, security, high tech and much more.  You will find excellent jobs for military and veterans in both the civilian and government sectors on our site. is proud to present a multitude of resources for those seeking employment opportunities including a variety of articles and job tips aimed to help you find work.  We also have many valuable resources including our Virtual Job Fair, Directory of Employers and the Military Connection Job Board with thousands of nationwide jobs. recognizes the wonderful contributions of Transition Officers and Veteran Service Officers.  We value their hard work and are proud to work with and for them.  When the next tour is back home, it’s on