X'lnt GI Job Search  (aka The Job-Difference Search Engine for Veterans)

Air Force   Army   Coast Guard   Marines   Navy   Unspecified
Tip: You can search by military occupation codes (MOC's). You can also search by military job title or include other job related terms (see tips below).

MOC Query Tips

  1. The MOC query will be augmented by titles for similar civilian jobs. (Some civilian job postings refer to MOC's, so the code itself will still be searched.)
  2. Select the branch from the list if the entire query is the MOC or corresponding title.
  3. Use the branch as a prefix if adding other keywords as in [Army:35F remote flex-time].
  4. If the result produces extranenous job postings, you can change the mapping manually as follows: 1) Click the arrow before the query synopsis to pull up the query detail section; 2) Copy the text under Expanded Query; 3) Select Edit Query; 4) Replace the query with the expansion and remove undesired jobs, making sure to retain the outer paretheses and to ensure different job titles are separated by an OR operator.

Basic Options

Links: Non-Vet Search  Home

Advanced Options


Target dimension:

Image Generation Options


Esoteric Options

What difference does it make?

Tired of the same old textual search snippets? The Job-Difference Search Engine (aka Visual "Diff" Search) provides a new way of presenting search results via images and differentiating terms, with titles included as well. This format makes it much easier for you to scan the search results to find items of interest compared to traditional search snippets. For more details of a particular item, just hover the mouse over the info icon for that cell (visible when mouse is over the cell). For an illustration, see the popup snippet in the bottom right corner of the example results in the following Help section.


Enter the search query using keywords just as you would for Google, and then click search or press the enter key. (You can also use special operators, such as 'keyword' and 'site:name'.) The result will be in a tabular format, as in the example below, where each image serves as a convenient handle for moving, resizing, etc. Click the info icon in upper left corner to see the traditional search snippet. The popup snippet will change when a different cell is hovered over, and it will go away after a few seconds when the mouse is moved away from the cell. Click the pin icon to keep the snippet always visible.

Each cell can be resized, moved or deleted independent of the others. To resize, click-and-drag from the lower righthand corner. To move, click-and-drag from the image. To delete, click the x icon in the upper righthand corner. The following example is the result of such cell modifications; it also illustrates how hovering works.

night owl visual search example (after editing)

By the way, there's an esoteric option to use to avoid getting flagged by bot filters.

The fine print

note: This is a beta release that only supports a limited number of searches, due to the cost of search calls and to the computing infrastructure.

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