Master Class: The Undeniable Federal Resume: How Veterans and Spouses Can Land the Federal Job Offer

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The Undeniable Federal Resume: How Veterans and Spouses Can Land the Federal Job Offer

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Jacey Eckhart
Thursday, February 29, 2024
4pm EST / 1pm PST
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Overview

Did you know the most common reason veterans and spouses do not get a federal job interview is because they submitted their corporate resume for a federal job? It is a travesty—especially when you are so well qualified for the job. So how do you decode the federal job listing so that your resume takes you to the top of the UNDENIABLE pile?

In our FREE 90-minute Transition Master Class, you will learn:

  1. How to find the perfect job for you on USAJOBS.
  2. The secret way to use the USAJOBS Resume Builder to make your resume goof-proof—and then make it stand out from the crowd.
  3. How to use our FREE federal resume template to save hours on resume writing.
  4. How to make the HR specialist clue into your key accomplishments so you will be referred for an interview.

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Employers do want to hire hard-working, self-motivated veterans like you. The command does want you to keep firing on all cylinders until the last minute. Your family wants to know what will happen next right now. That is a lot of pressure. Do yourself a favor and take control over your transition by signing up for our exclusive FREE master classes now.

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Jacey Eckhart

Meet Jacey Eckhart

Jacey Eckhart MA CPCC is Military.com's Transition Master Coach. She is a Certified Professional Career Coach and military sociologist who has been designing workshops and training active duty, National Guardsmen, Reservists and military spouses for decades.

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