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Ryder’s New Site Adds Military Translator

by
Todd Raphael
Apr 18, 2012, 2:02 pm ET

We mentioned that awards honoree AT&T had added a military skills translator to its career site. The latest to do so is Ryder, which today is launching a website section for hiring veterans that also includes a translator feature.

On the Ryder site, service members enter what’s called a “military occupation code” or a “military occupational specialty code” to see what open jobs might match what they’ve done in the military.

Ryder has said it’ll hire 1,000 veterans by 2013. It has 670 jobs open, and about 8 percent of its current workforce is made up of veterans.

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  1. Morgan Hoogvelt

    Way to go Ryder…Semper Fi!

  2. Todd Raphael

    Hertz, by the way, launched a military microsite today — at http://hertz.jobs/military/
    So if you clicked the events tab at the top, you get military recruiting events that Hertz is at, rather than just general career fairs Hertz is at.

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