Connecticut's Veteran's Workforce Development: http://www.ctdol.state.ct.us/veterans/default.htm
Assisting in acquiring the various benefits and services veterans might be entitled to receive and to make the transition from military to civilian life as seamless as possible. Information on employment assistance, unemployment insurance, veteran preference and benefits options, training opportunities, women's issues, job fairs, career coaching, résumé preparations, job search workshops, veteran's services, and legislative updates and current events relating to veterans.
Veterans Resources by State:
Additional information, resources, and assistance in finding civilian employment and dealing with the issues of re-entry into the civilian world.
Companies that recruit veterans also have internal veterans' programs that value your leadership skills, diversity, commitment/discipline, training, flexibility/adaptability, and "in-the-trenches/can-do" attitude and work ethic.
Military Crosswalk: http://www.onetonline.org/crosswalk/MOC?s=&g=Go
O*NET is an online tool for career exploration and job analysis! Detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more! Military crosswalk will help summarize the work you do in your MOC.
All about career and ob sites geared especially for military personnel making the transition to civilian jobs.
Military Transition - Career One Stop:
Provides access to the career tools necessary to find good jobs with good wages and career pathways — especially after returning home from combat. The Key to Career Success campaign is designed to connect veterans with workforce services that can be secured through One-Stop Career Centers in communities so veterans can access high quality employment and training services.