Top 5 Quick Tips for Job Seekers with Military Experience

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Job seekers with military experience offer an array of skills that businesses should tap into. We have some advice to offer when it comes to helping veterans find an employer that is the right fit for them.

Check out our infographic for our top 5 quick tips that veterans should look for when seeking an inclusive and supportive employer to work for.

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    Craig Fisher
    Written by Craig Fisher
    Craig Fisher is Head of Marketing and Employer Brand SME at Allegis Global Solutions. He has consulted with companies like CA Technologies, Hootsuite, Yum! Brands, LinkedIn, FOX News and many more on sales, brand, and recruitment strategy. Craig created the first Twitter chat for recruiters, and partnered in the first LinkedIn certified training company in North America. He’s been detailed in the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Forbes, Mashable, NBC News, The Huffington Post, and NPR; and is listed among HR and Recruiting's top influencers and most engaging conference speakers. Craig co-hosts the Cool Tools Show podcast with Lars Schmidt - www.CoolToolShow.com. You can find him on Twitter and Instagram @fishdogs and on his blog at www.fishdogs.com.