The Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS) is committed to helping America's veterans, separating service members and their spouses by preparing them for meaningful careers, providing employment resources and expertise.
Nearly 2,400 AJCs nationwide help people search for jobs, find training, and answer other employment related questions. Find an American Job Center in your area.
CareerOneStop is your source for employment information and inspiration. It offers tools to help job seekers, students, businesses and career professionals. CareerOneStop is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Search for a job right now by job description and location with CareerOneStop's Job Finder.
Search jobs from veteran friendly employers.
Search careers with keywords. Browse careers by industry. Find careers like your military job.
Identifies resources for people with disabilities to help secure a job.
Build your career and find the opportunities that are right for you.
With veterans’ preference, you may receive preference over non-veteran applicants in the hiring process. Veterans' preference can be used when applying to permanent and temporary positions in both the competitive and excepted service (of the executive branch).
SkillBridge permits you to use up to the last 180 days of Service to train and learn with an industry partner. Any rank, enlisted or officer, may apply.
DOL Transition Assistance Program
The employment assistance you need, for any time or transition.
CareerOneStop: Find Training
Find training programs, colleges, and universities in your local area.
Advance Your Career
Apprenticeship is a unique and rewarding pathway to developing in-demand workplace and technical skills while earning a paycheck in the career of your dreams from day one.
CareerOneStop: Veterans Job Matcher
Enter your military job to find related civilian careers.
My Next Move: Interest Profiler
Find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work.
CareerOneStop: Benefits and Assistance
Need extra help to make ends meet, cope with stress, or advance your career?