INvets.com matches veterans with Indiana careers

Posted by: Jordan Wallace  | Monday, July 6, 2020

Nearly half of all veterans face a period of unemployment, despite their advanced training, work ethic and leadership skills. In Indiana, we value the more than 400,000 veterans who live in our great state, and recognize they have a lot to offer to Hoosier businesses in need of a skilled workforce. Through INvets, veterans at any age and no matter how long they served can access tools to land a career in Indiana.  

As businesses continue opening, more than 100,000 in-demand jobs still need to be filled. To connect to those thousands of opportunities in a number of industries, veterans can turn to INvets for free and learn more about the certain requirements, qualifications and skills needed for those positions. With INvets, veterans and their spouses can directly connect to those hiring, get help with writing resumes and hone their soft skills.

Military service members have unique skill sets compatible with a number of careers in health care, logistics, manufacturing and technology, as well as other industries. To explore job opportunities in these fields, veterans can create a member profile at INvets.org. Once Hoosiers sign up, their information is shared with more than 150 participating companies to be matched with.

With more than 1,000 veterans already participating in this program, companies are encouraged to join to connect with highly skilled job candidates. Employers in high-demand fields who want to hire military service members can sign up at INvets.org/for-employers to upload company information and job listings, and review profiles.

Indiana offers a number of unique opportunities and is the perfect place for military families to call home. For resources and support finding a new career, visit INvets.org to build a profile and connect with an employer today.

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State Rep. Ron Bacon (R-Chandler) represents House District 75, 
which includes portions of Warrick, Pike and Spencer counties.

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