Where Do Candidates Live?

One of the things we are proudest of is that we have candidates from all across the United States.  Our database is national and so no matter where the need, there are transitioning service members at the ready.  Our candidates include men and women who are transitioning from active duty to civilian life, veterans who already have civilian work experience, members of the National Guard and reserves, and military spouses and other family members.

If you check out this link you will be able to see the map and breakdown of regional populations of registered job candidates https://staff.recruitmilitary.com/uploads/file_upload/asset/122/Online_Job_Board_Regional_Map_12-13-12.pdf .
This map and chart can also help your recruiters who are looking to fill multiple positions in a region and/or positions in multiple offices or plants in a region.  Those recruiters can use the data to determine which states to specify in searching our database.

We have assigned states to regions based on our knowledge of the affinity that candidates have for certain regions and their willingness to relocate out of their regions.  Affinity, we believe, has much to do with differences in culture, regional occupations and industries, and even climate and topography.  A willingness to relocate has to do with affinity and, of course, the distance one would have to move.

As you can see, candidates are available in every region.  So, if you thought you had to look far, the answer is simply no.  There are quality candidates in your backyard and next door who are ready to give you their absolute best.

As always, please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or comments.  We’re always glad to hear what you think, and happy to help in any way we can.  You can comment to this blog, reach us through our Facebook page, Twitter account, or via email at support@recruitmilitary.com.

About Lisa Dunster

New to our team, Lisa is a writer working to raise understanding of how veterans add value to the civilian workplace. In addition, she is an advocate for veteran wellness. This passion springs from her own service as a member of the Ohio Army National Guard (1987-1999) and a veteran of the first Gulf War. Lisa is a 1990 graduate of The University of Cincinnati, with a B.A. in Communication Arts, and holds an M.Ed. from Xavier University (1997).
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