Where are good sites to apply for veterans only jobs?

That offer clerical/secretarial work that do not require a college a degree and respect four years of service in the USAF as something equivalent to that of a college degree? I live in an extremely liberal town near two colleges and they appear to not show any indication of hiring a veteran here in North Carolina. What are some good sites to apply for and what are the qualifications for veterans preference?

Asked By: Jason - 3/7/2010
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Military only? Face it, the economy sucks. The job market is a "buyers market" -- you being one of the millions of sellers. You're going to have to compete with people with AA/AS or even BA/BS degrees... More
Answered By: gugliamo00 - 3/7/2010
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Here's the portals to every North Carolina and federal government opening:
Answered By: His Dideeness - 3/7/2010
There is no such thing actually as veterans' only jobs. That would be a discriminatory hiring practice. Veterans can claim credit for their service as an equivalence to college classwork. North carolina, liberals, and colleges in general do not discriminate against veterans
Answered By: fangtaiyang - 3/7/2010
There are no jobs that only require you to be a vet. You must also have civilian education qualifications unless your military occupation directly transfers to the particular job that you are applying for. This is not liberal nor conservative, employers hire people who have the skills that they need to operate their... More
Answered By: Sandra M - 3/7/2010
I second His Didness' websites... More
Answered By: cordeliabrainiac - 3/7/2010
no such thing as a Vet only job, as was stated that is illegal. they can certainly be given prefernce, but you cannot be hired solely beciuase you are a Veteran... More
Answered By: Mrsjvb - 3/7/2010
While he didn't do your internet search for you (and I think it's probably something you should have already done or you're not trying very hard), Gugliamo gave it to you straight. In case you haven't noticed, it looks like people are joining the military because there aren't any jobs in the civilian world.
Answered By: HF - 3/7/2010
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