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Inside the CPOL Employment website you will find free featured articles, tips and advice as well as useful links - that will be very useful to anyone who is interested in pursuing a civilian military career. The home page includes articles about not only Army civilian jobs but also those with the Air Force, Navy… [click here for the full article]

Veteran Jobs

Today’s veterans have a wealth of employment options available to them thanks to the United States military’s effort to keep its operation costs low. Though the United States hopes to cut military spending by becoming more efficient, the military still wants to accomplish its goals. This uncompromising stance on government and military objectives creates many… [click here for the full article]

Civilian Military Jobs

Today, civilian workers – both within the US military and outside the military - play an increasingly important role in global military operations conducted by the US Department of Defense. The Department of Defense and the military branches – the Army, the Air Force, the Marines, the Navy, and the Coast Guard – are all… [click here for the full article]

Medical Jobs In The Military

One of the largest sectors for military employment (for civilians) is in the medical sector. The United States military maintains an enormous network of hospitals that serve the needs of military personnel and employees. In addition to working directly for one of the branches of the United States military, there are also thousands of positions… [click here for the full article]

Military Contract Jobs

The United States Military relies heavily upon the support of government and military contractors in order to achieve their goals. As early as the American Revolution, the United States military has a long history of entering into contracts with private sector companies for the purposes of procuring various goods and services. These goods and services… [click here for the full article]

Government Contractors

Whenever the government needs a certain kind of item produced, or requires the services of trained professionals in order to carry out certain tasks or accomplishments, government contractors – private companies that specialize in research and development of products made for government purposes, or that provide a specialized labor force for government projects – are… [click here for the full article]

Technology Jobs for Civilians

A modern military requires a large number of people to keep everything running smoothly from an IT standpoint. The U.S. military has a wide variety of technical support jobs available, ranging from network administration to on-site computer technician. Getting one of these jobs doesn't have to be hard, in some cases, previous work history may… [click here for the full article]

Navy Civilian Jobs

There are many Navy civilian jobs available that cover a broad range of job skills and careers.  These jobs do not require active duty or reserve service and can be filled by civilians at any time.  With new job openings coming available regularly it is worth looking into to see if any of them will… [click here for the full article]

Military ASVAB Test

Enlisting in the United States Military requires completing an examination called the “Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery”, which is better known by the acronym “ASVAB”. In the military ASVAB test scores are used to determine the personal strengths and knowledge that a candidate has. This helps the Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, or Air Force… [click here for the full article]

Military to Civilian Resume

With millions of Americans competing for jobs in an extremely limited market, one simply has to be “in it to win it,” and a clear, concise resume is your first chance to get off the sidelines, and into the game. Try thinking of your resume like a handshake, and as your first opportunity to convince… [click here for the full article]

Federal Job Search

It’s as simple as “what” and “where.” While the process to land one of 1.7 million government jobs is highly competitive, searching for one is a simple process, and it starts at www.usajobs.gov. The government is comprised of over 100 different agencies and cabinet bureaus, and each one of them is required to post openings… [click here for the full article]

Technology Jobs for Civilians

Many of us have a particular skill that not many others can fulfill and because of these skills we are needed by out departments of defense. The military is continually looking for individuals that have the skill to full fill certain tasks for the military as a civilian contractor. The CPOL has been a focused… [click here for the full article]

CPOL Employment

The benefits of CPOL Employment are many and it only makes sense that you only profit by being an employee. The prospect of working for the military as a civilian is a great opportunity. The Fellows Program is a five-year program of training and there is an opportunity to get Master’s Degree that you can… [click here for the full article]

Civilian Military Jobs

Today, the United States military keeps its budget in check while accomplishing its goals more efficiently by outsourcing a number of jobs to civilians, or directly employing civilians. This creates additional job opportunities for citizens at home and abroad. Civilian jobs in the military usually come in two different forms. First, civilians might be directly… [click here for the full article]

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If you’re trying to find a job and you’d like to support a worthy cause, look no further. You can apply for a position in the United States civilian corps. If you want benefits similar to a military medical career, but you don’t want to worry about deployment, a uniform, or boot camp; then consider… [click here for the full article]

Civilian from Army Resume

When looking for CPOL employment, one of the most common searches is an 'army to civilian resume'. However, it is important to assess the way that resumes are looked at as this template is not always the best one to follow. You need to make sure your resume lands to the top of the pile… [click here for the full article]

Private Military Contractors

In the world’s less stable regions, diplomats, expatriate workers, company executives, celebrities, and other potential targets for militant or criminal violence depend upon security services rendered by private military contractors. Private military contractors – also known by the acronym PMCs  - are the staff that work for private military companies or security firms. Because private… [click here for the full article]

Selling Yourself as a Federal Employee

Here’s some food for thought, although it’s going to be a little tough to swallow. According to a recent Associated Press analysis, the typical pay for the Chief Executive Officer of a public company in 2011 was $9.6 million. Consider this: the average American worker, which makes an estimated income of just over $41,000, would… [click here for the full article]