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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]

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]

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]

Mechanic Jobs

Some important information when looking for mechanic jobs in the military for civilians. Being a civilian mechanic in the armed forces is a great way to build your resume while helping out your country. There will always be a need for people who have some experience fixing both vehicles and aircraft since today's military is heavily… [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]

The CPOL Employment Army Opportunities thumbnail

The CPOL sector for the Army is continually getting new openings for numerous employment positions. The military is continually bringing in more and more contractors in order to assist in fulfilling the many different positions. The continual changes in the roles of contractors lead to new positions being created continually. So this article we will… [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]

We Look At Applying For AFPC Civilian Jobs thumbnail

The Air Force’s Personnel Center is a massive employer for civilian individuals such as yourself. Also known as the AFPC or AFCS we see that the Air Force is employing over 180,000 men and women in nearly every conceivable field of employment and all with competitive pay rates. No matter what you have experience in… [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]

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]

Medical Jobs in the Military for Civilians thumbnail

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]

Getting Military Contractor Jobs – All you need to know thumbnail

Civilian contractors are play a crucial part in supporting military and security operations around the world. Militaries, government civilian agencies, and many private companies with global operations depend on military contractors to carry out essential tasks that they cannot carry out on their own (or can do cheaper by outsourcing labor). Civilian military contractors are… [click here for the full article]

Navy Civilian Jobs

Since 1798, the United States Navy has depended upon civilians to help provide many of the essential services that are necessary to maintain the Navy’s military readiness. Contrary to common belief, it’s extremely common to find civilians working for the United States Navy, both at home and abroad. This is part of a long tradition… [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]