Post-Pandemic Economy Offers Hope for Veterans

Post-Pandemic Economy Offers Hope for Veterans
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According to economists at Goldman Sachs, the U.S. is on course for an employment boom this year once pandemic restrictions ease and the economy reopens.

 

This new outlook predicts the unemployment rate, currently at 6.2%, will fall to 4.1% by the end of the year, per a Bloomberg.com report. The Goldman Sachs forecasters also expect participation in the jobs market to pick up, because “most workers who left the labor force still cite the pandemic as their reason, and will likely re-enter once life normalizes.”

 

So, you may want to get a jump on additional competition re-entering the work force. Whether you’re transitioning to civilian life from the military or a veteran seeking a career change, there are some excellent employment opportunities available to match the leadership, management, and unique skills and abilities honed throughout your military experience.

 

To help you get started in your job search, Indeed put together a list of 25 jobs for veterans across a variety of professions and industries, depending on your interests and specializations. 

 

[RELATED: Check Out Indeed’s Job Search Guide]

 

MOAA has teamed with Indeed to provide employment advice and resources to MOAA members and the wider uniformed services community via multiple platforms – webinars, articles at MOAA.org, and biggest of all, MOAA’s Job Board where 10 new job postings are listed every second!

 

Be sure to join MOAA and Indeed experts for a special webinar event on Tuesday, May 11, at 2 p.m. Eastern to learn how to best leverage the advanced features of MOAA's Job Board. You'll walk away with best practices to optimize your job search in this quickly recovering economy, tips to ensure employers take notice ... and a clear path to landing that position!

 

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About the Author

Col. Brian D. Anderson, USAF (Ret)
Col. Brian D. Anderson, USAF (Ret)

Anderson joined the staff of MOAA's Career Transition Services Department in August 2011. He served 26 years in the U.S. Air Force in a wide range of command and staff assignments. Connect with him on LinkedIn.