How Orion Talent Can Help You Find the Right Job
According to a recent LinkedIn report, veterans are more likely to be underemployed than their civilian counterparts. While the unemployment rate for veterans is 3.2 percent (and lower than the national average for civilians), veterans still struggle to find a career that matches their qualifications gained in the military.
LinkedIn Veteran Opportunity Report
LinkedIn recently released their Veteran Opportunity Report, which highlights the current state of veteran employment and how challenging it is for veterans to find a career that properly utilizes all of the skills and talents that they received in the military. The report, pulled from LinkedIn data and additional insights, is helpful for both veterans and employers.
Veteran Spotlight: Vallery Carolus
This week, we’re proud to profile Vallery Carolus, a former U.S. Navy Sonar Technician who is now a Production Controller with Siemens. Vallery began looking for a career about six months prior to her end of active service, and was having trouble finding companies that would consider her for a career that far in advance. She decided to contact Orion for assistance.
Careers for Veterans in the Data Center Industry
A Data Center is typically a building, a dedicated space within a building, or a group of buildings used to house computer systems and associated components, such as telecommunications and storage systems. Data centers centralize an organization’s IT operations and equipment, as well as where it stores, manages, and disseminates its data. They house a network’s most critical systems and are vital to the continuity of daily operations.
#OrionChat on Franchise Opportunities for Veterans with JDog Brands
Last week, Orion hosted a live #OrionChat on Twitter, @orioncareers, with JDog Removal & Hauling. In case you aren’t familiar with the concept, a tweet chat is a live conversation on Twitter to discuss a specific topic.
Careers for Navy Electronics Technicians
Over the last 28 years, Orion has matched over 45,000 Veterans with rewarding careers, including more than 6,000 Navy Electronics Technicians, and we are particularly proud of the high caliber opportunities we have available for our nation’s Enlisted Navy personnel.
Veteran Spotlight: Anthony Great
This week, we’re proud to profile Anthony Great, a former U.S. Army Armor Officer who is now a Production Supervisor with Tempur Sealy. Anthony worked with Orion Talent a few years ago to help find a career when he transitioned from the Army, and attended a Distinguished Candidate Conference in Atlanta.
Veteran Franchise Opportunities: Why Veterans Make Great Entrepreneurs
Orion has partnered with JDog to provide exclusive franchise opportunities for honorably discharged Veterans and Military family members. The company is seeking motivated entrepreneurs to own and operate a franchise, backed by JDog’s proven business model and all of the support you need to be successful.
Veteran Spotlight: Robert Sickmiller
This week, we’re proud to profile Robert Sickmiller, a former U.S. Navy Nuclear Machinist Mate who is now a Facility Manager with Bridgestone. After an almost 24-year career in the Navy, Robert Sickmiller decided to retire and pursue a career in the civilian world. Like most veterans, Robert really enjoyed his time in the military and was worried he would not find a career as rewarding as the one he experienced in the Navy.
Career Resources for USAFA Grads, in Partnership with Orion
Orion Talent is proud to announce our partnership with the Association of Graduates (AOG) and the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA), on their newly updated Career Center website which launched on September 5, 2019.
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