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Job Resources to Help Military Families Succeed

Lisa from Ft. Knox, KY, asks "My spouse is in the military. We move around every one to three years, and it is tough getting a job, much less advancing my career. What resources are available to help me?”


How to Get a Job If You Have Been Out of Work for a While

Justin from Irving, TX, asks, "What can I do if I've been unemployed for an extended period of time?"


Six Strategies to Make Employers Read Your Résumé

Tara from Albuquerque, NM, asks, "I am stuck trying to write a résumé and worried it won’t stand out with the hundreds of résumés I’m sure the employer is receiving. Do you have any suggestions for how I can make mine stand out?"


Tips for Finding a Job as an Older Worker

Diane in Ashtabula, OH, asks: "I recently read that the number of older people who want to work is greater than the number of available jobs, and that older workers who lose their jobs have a very hard time finding a new one. Like many people over the age of 50, I have a strong work ethic, maturity and the experience that employers need. My challenge is, how do I get employers to see the value of hiring me?"


Job Search Advice for Spanish-Language and Bilingual Speakers

Alfredo in Oklahoma City, OK, asks, "I’ve been told over and over again that I have a better chance of finding a job because I’m bilingual, but I‘ve been unemployed for six months. How can I find an employer that will value my ability to speak both English and Spanish?"


Career Support for Young Adult with a Disability

Jeff in Bethesda, MD. asks "My niece was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when she was little. She’s 26 now and wants to start looking for a job. What can I do to help her?"


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