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Three job creators explain why they hire veterans.
Andres initially struggled to find a civilian career after leaving the Army. Today, he has found his calling helping other veterans overcome barriers to employment.
For people who can’t imagine working inside all day, there’s good news: According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly half of all jobs required outdoor work in 2016.
A construction apprenticeship is paving the way to a fulfilling new career for Theus Dillon.
One way we can say "thank you" during Military Appreciation Month is by ensuring a smooth transition to civilian jobs.
After mentoring and other assitance, Air Force veteran David Laughrey is back to work after a year unemployed.
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After 28 years with the same company, unexpected layoffs sent Charles searching for a new job. Learn how the Army veteran found the right fit.
When businesses take the high road, workers win a fair wage, family-friendly benefits, and a workplace culture built on a foundation of mutual respect.