Sadly, they leave out some significant details. Most employers that are hiring are those who are having trouble retaining their employees - high turnover. Other employers are Network Marketing and require you to make a buy-in with the expectation that you will fail. The last category are employers who say they want military veterans, but they really want you to be disabled (just can't tell anyone that) - if they hire disabled vets and have a certain percentage of their employees as disabled vets then they automatically win certain government contracts along with other perks.A noble attempt, don't get me wrong, but if the government wants to help vets get "good" jobs and not scams or employers who are just using this all to their secret advantage, then they need to regulate these "jobs" on some level. Right now they aren't. I've experienced it - all their "help" ended up just being a waste of time.So I started my own company and am loving it - so in a strange way I'm thankful they didn't help me find a job :P
I'm going to guess that the database will utilize the DOL ONet job codes....that's a big gap, so far as I can tell.For example, look up "Commander" in the department of labor site, and it will reply you are best prepared to be a HR manager or Clergy. it sort of misses the mark.
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