Finding a new job -- or possibly an entirely new career path -- can be challenging for anyone, especially for disabled veterans who may require special workplace accommodations. The job search process can vary depending on a candidate's location, skill set, experiences, business contacts and other key factors.

There are several components, however, that can help you get one step closer to finding a new job, from having a professional-looking resume and preparing for job interviews to following up after the interview to maintain a positive relationship. Below you'll find information and additional resources to assist you in making your job search successful.

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Other helpful tips and resources are available here:

Department of Veterans Affairs Recruitment Website

Department of Defense Transition Assistance Program

VetJobs, America's Premier Job Board for Veterans

Free Military Resume Builder

The Real Warriors Campaign

Additional Resources

The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury


National Military Family Association

Military OneSource


Military Health System

PTSD Coach iPhone App

Warrior Care Blog