Veteran Employment Assistance

Veterans looking for a job?

There are many places to look if you are seeking a job or are thinking about changing jobs.  Make sure you check out our upcoming events for a listing by dates of job fairs and job information seminars already scheduled.  Below you will find links to just a few of the sites available to you.  The links provided to these job web sites does not imply endorsement by the County Veterans Office.  They are provided for information purposes only.

Jobs2Careers allows you to search for jobs in Michigan based on the city.

The Disabled American Veterans website allows you to search by job type and location. It also provides information about upcoming DAV sponsored job fairs.

Pure Michigan Talent Connect provides the veteran many services.  It helps find jobs, provides assistant in translating military skills to language civilian employers understand, and much more.

The US Chamber of Commerce website provides you with assistance in preparing your resume for use in finding a job.

Indeed jobs provides links to jobs found in many areas of the country and sponsored by different companies and organizations.  You can even search by salary estimate.

The US Veterans Affairs Department offers job links and even has a live chat option for more information.

Military.com Veterans Jobs website offers information on jobs, jobs requiring security clearances, information about upcoming job fairs, and much more.

CareerJet website allows you to search for jobs in Michigan, and you can also search for part time or temporary jobs as well.

At Hire Veterans you can search by city and state, look up information on job fairs, and get help writing your resume.

Michigan Works has three locations in Saginaw, Bay City, and Midland counties.  It provides assistance in preparing yourself for employment and links to many other websites to assist you.  Be sure to check out this flyer from Michigan Works about their Chemical Process Fast Start Training.

ServiceSource is looking for Wounded Warriors and Disabled Veterans.  Relocation assistance and initial housing allowance will be considered for the right candidate.  Check out the available job types.

Vetsjobs.org allows you to look for jobs by category, city or state.  There are many organizations that support this site.

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Ask yourself these questions.

  • Need a job?
  • Ready to retool your existing skills?
  • Interested in expanding your job horizons?
  • Working your way back into civilian life after serving in the military?
  • Have you been downsized and now your unemployment benefits are running out?
  • Or, are you nervous about going back to school after years of working?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, check out

 Fast Start.