Help for Veterans Looking for Work Overseas

By Watchdog Jobs, Special for  USDR

Watchdog Jobs, a brand-new, American company job board-based platform that features contracts, private, and federal work abroad available to any American today, was this week officially opened by founder and Marine Corps Veteran, Nathan  Schweikart.

Working hard every day with his team to consolidate thousands of jobs from reputable companies hiring across the world in one singular place, Schweikart, inspired by his travels internationally as a veteran, wanted to make travel on a global scale possible to hard working  Americans.

“As someone with a burning passion for travel, even after my Marine Corps deployment in the Middle East with tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, I wanted to create a sustainable platform that makes overseas travel possible with a realistic monetary plan through solidifying a job,” said Schweikart. “For anyone who has a desire to experience different cultures, I urge you to consider finding work  abroad.”

Designed specifically to pair Americans with American company positions around the world, Watchdog Jobs comes with a resume service, free Facebook Group, and a plethora of available jobs to apply to. For site visitors interested in applying, they simply search the industry or position they are looking for, digitally apply with an attached resume, and wait for the final job confirmation before traveling abroad on the adventure of a lifetime.

Job seekers can narrow their search by choosing either private work for Fortune 500 companies or startups, federal work at government agencies, embassies, and more, or contract work for government contractors looking for both temporary and long-term  employees.

“We have thousands of jobs already listed from over a dozen industries on Watchdog Jobs,” said Schweikart. “Spread the word on its official opening, and head on over today to check out what we have to  offer.”

SOURCE Watchdog  Jobs

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