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News Archive

  • 5/27/2016 - A Living Legacy for One of America's Fallen Heroes Full Story
  • 5/24/2016 - Why You Should Consider A Military-To-College Transition Full Story
  • 5/5/2016 - Veteran Employment Council Highlights Continued Progress in Federal Hiring and Retention for Vets Full Story
  • 5/4/2016 - Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grants Full Story
  • 4/29/2016 - OPM Cites How to Correctly Apply Veterans’ Preference Full Story
  • 4/28/2016 - Which Federal Employees Are Impacted by OPM’s Recent Revised Pay Setting Guidance? Full Story
  • 4/20/2016 - NAVAIR Fleet Readiness Centers: Civilian Employment Opportunities Full Story
  • 4/18/2016 - Should I Change My Major? We Help You Answer This Important Question. Full Story
  • 3/31/2016 - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is recruiting veterans and promoting on-the-spot Full Story
  • 3/31/2016 - U.S. Army Materiel Command is offering an opportunity for 15 employees to earn a master's degree Full Story
  • 3/21/2016 - 3 Reasons Why a Tough Job Interview is Better for You Full Story
  • 3/17/2016 - 5 Ways the Defense Budget Matters to You Full Story
  • 3/11/2016 - How to Use Your Military Experience to Get a Job Full Story
  • 3/8/2016 - Speaking of Veterans and STEM Full Story
  • 3/3/2016 - Center for Minority Veterans (CMV) Full Story
  • 2/26/2016 - White House Precision Medicine Initiative Summit highlights the role of Veterans Full Story
  • 2/19/2016 - Career Fields in the Intelligence Community Full Story
  • 2/16/2016 - $1.7M in incremental funding to provide reemployment services to dislocated military service members Full Story
  • 2/8/2016 - Veteran Unemployment Update Full Story
  • 2/4/2016 - Veterans have access to FREE cybersecurity training! Full Story
  • 1/28/2016 - USPTO Veteran Hiring Program Information Session Full Story
  • 1/28/2016 - Do you know what an Employee Resource Group (ERG)/Affinity Group (AG) is? Full Story
  • 1/28/2016 - Top 5 Industries for Job Hunters in 2016 Full Story
  • 1/22/2016 - "7 Reasons Why Companies Hire Veterans" Full Story

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Adjusting the Text Size

The FedsHireVets website allows you to change the text size through standard browser settings or keyboard shortcuts:

Standard Browser Settings

Internet Explorer

  1. In the View menu, mouse over to Text Size
  2. Select the Text Size that best works for you: Largest to Smallest


From the View menu, select Zoom, then Zoom In or Zoom Out to increase or decrease the font size.
Note: For Firefox 4+, your full menu bar will need to be enabled; you cannot complete the previous instructions with the minimized/hidden menu bar.


Temporarily change the font size for the current window:

  1. From the Tools menu (the wrench in the upper right-hand corner), click Zoom + or Zoom -.

Permanently change the font size for all Chrome windows:

  1. From the Tools menu (the wrench in the upper right-hand corner), select Options.
  2. From the Under the Hood tab, scroll down to Web Content, and select the appropriate Font Size.
  3. Close the Under the Hood tab and return to your content.

Use Keyboard Shortcuts

In Windows, use the following keyboard shortcuts:

Increase: Ctrl-plus sign ( + ) or Ctrl-equals sign ( = )
Decrease: Ctrl-minus sign ( - )
Return to default font size: Ctrl-0 (zero)

In Mac OS X, use the Command key instead of Ctrl.