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There isn\’t really a way to sugar coat this fact. The economy is in the throws of a huge recession (some even saying it\’s a depression). If you are unfortunately looking for work at this time, then you can join the queue with over 8 percent of the States population who are seeking employment.

Help wanted adverts in this current job market are few and far between. Small mercy though that there is an employer who is actively recruiting at this very moment in time. They happen to be the nation\’s largest employer, and they hire 1000\’s and 1000\’s of workers every year, from entry level positions right through to Doctors. The Fed Government has jobs available now, and knowing where you should be looking for them is the first step to securing your financial future.

Let us help you take this first step on your path to find a job on the CPOL database – by reading some of the articles listed below.

The Many Benefits Of Civilian Military Jobs thumbnail

Civilian Military jobs provide many wonderful opportunities for not only the military, but just as important in this current job market, for civilians.  That’s right, any United States citizen can work for the military doing important work for the world and to aid in the protection of the freedoms of this great country.  And guess… [click here for the full article]

Uncle Sam Job Opportunities

There is just no sugarcoating it. The Great Recession is upon us, and if you’re looking for a job, join the club comprised of just over 8 percent (see chart) of the nation’s population currently unemployed and seeking work. In the current job market, help wanted ads are few and far between. Fortunately, the nation’s… [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]

Jobs in the Federal Government

Sell Yourself Better when Applying for Jobs in the Federal Government. Like hundreds of thousands of others, the faltering economy is making the task of getting that new job a lot harder, so why not turn to a institution who is actively hiring civilian personnel right now? The federal government is always recruiting, and with… [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]

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]

We Look At The Growing Civilian Jobs In The Military thumbnail

The military has continued to grow at a pace that it is having issues fulfilling certain duties with contracted military personnel. The military has for years used civilians to fill vacancies and today we see numerous employment positions ready for civilians to fill. From every aspect of military employment we see that today’s civilian jobs… [click here for the full article]

CPOL – Helping you find the Perfect Job thumbnail

CPOL Employment (CPOL is an acronym for Civilian Personnel Online) provides civilians with amazing job opportunities working with the military and does not require military service. Available are a wide variety of roles which are perfect for most people no matter what their education and skill levels are. All these roles have good benefits packages… [click here for the full article]

Interpreter Jobs in the Military

Throughout the history of the United States of America, the various branches of the United States Military – the Army, the Air Force, the Navy, and the Marines – have had a high demand for civilians that work as interpreters. There are a huge number of tasks that interpreters might be assigned to, and many… [click here for the full article]

Military Civilian Jobs

Surprisingly, the United States government is one of the leading companies or groups to employ civilians. It is often necessary to hire people outside of the military to do some of the jobs that are required by the armed forces.  Military civilian jobs are simply jobs, for the military – both white and blue collar… [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]

Civilian Contractor Jobs

In essence civilian contractor jobs are jobs to be performed by civilians that cannot be handled by military personnel. In many cases civilian contractors may be working side by side with military personnel in any number of fields and professions. For some instances civilian contractors may be performing jobs maintaining equipment or providing security detail for diplomats. This is just one example of some of the responsibilities held by civilian contractors. Though there are many jobs available in many different fields that don’t necessarily require technical skill sets and training may be provided for particular work. For instance there are even jobs for bus drivers or other motor vehicle operators. These jobs provide a very high pay scale and opportunity. For instance a bus driver can make up to eighty thousand dollars a year for their services and not have to pay taxes on the money. There are a multitude of jobs available in many different fields that provide great pay and benefits. Though military service is not a requirement for many of these jobs, it can be rewarding for those that do have military experience with high paying careers. In an economy that is making it increasingly difficult to find work, there are plenty of opportunities available with civilian contractor jobs.

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]

We Look At Finding The Perfect Civilian Job thumbnail

Have you ever wanted to see the world through travel and also have the ability to get paid for it? Many individuals are able to travel as well as locate great civilian job opportunities within the United States. The fact is that our military has grown so large that there is simply not enough enlisted… [click here for the full article]

Financial Jobs in the Military for Civilians

The United States military has utilized civilians for carrying out essential tasks since the establishment of the country. As early as the American Revolutionary War, the Continental Army used countless numbers of civilian employees to handle supply and logistics issues that faced the military forces fighting against the British. This is one of the reasons… [click here for the full article]