WEBINAR: Military Career Transition Q&A, Presented by JWMI
The decision to transition out of the military into the civilian workforce is one that comes with a lot of uncertainty for many veteran job seekers. From knowing your market value to networking, to negotiating and accepting a job offer, the military transition requires diligence and patience.
Podcast Series for Job Seekers
Have you tuned in to From the Battlefield to the Boardroom, our podcast series dedicated to supporting military job seekers? We have a variety of episodes covering everything from the civilian transition process to valuable insights and guidance from other Veterans and business leaders.
Exciting Career Opportunities with Daifuku
Orion has proudly partnered with Daifuku North America Holding Company (DNAHC), a leading provider of material handling systems.
Veteran Spotlight: Matt DeLuca
This week, we’re proud to profile Matt DeLuca, a former USMC Low Altitude Air Defense Captain who is now a Senior Project Manager with Stryker. Matt worked with Orion in June 2016 to help find his second post-military career.
Rewarding Careers with Siemens for Military Technicians
For more than 165 years, Siemens has stood for innovative strength, a passion for technology, sustainability, responsibility and an uncompromising commitment to quality and excellence. As a globally operating technology company, Siemens understands that its greatest asset is its employees.
Developing your Personal Brand on Social Media
On this week’s podcast, Jack Morrow discusses developing and leveraging your personal brand on social media, to help open more doors in your job search.
Keys to Acing a Virtual Interview
Whether you're participating in an in-person or virtual interview, your goal is the same -- to make a lasting impression that helps you advance in the hiring process.
The Best Cities to Find Work in 2018
Are you transitioning out of the military and looking for a new civilian career? If you are considering relocating for a new career, read on to learn more about this year’s best cities to find work in the U.S. WalletHub compared data from 182 different cities in the U.S. with two key dimensions in mind: “job market” and “socioeconomic”. They then judged these dimensions using 26 different metrics including “job opportunities”, “unemployment rate”, “median annual income”, and “average commute time,” resulting in a total score out of 100 possible points.
New Year, New Job?
If one of your New Year's Resolutions is to find a new job, you don't want to miss this weeks podcast episode, New Year, New Job. January is a great time to begin your job search. Key decision makers are back in the office after the holidays, and budgeting and workforce planning are on your side.
Top Ten Job Seeker Blog Posts from 2017
Check out our top ten list of our most read job seeker blog posts from 2017: