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Here are three ways we’re making sure those who serve have the employment support they need when they transition back into civilian life.
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After serving two tours in Iraq, a flexible apprenticeship program is helping Army Reservist Kyle Horn get the training and education he needs for the job he always wanted.
One way we can say "thank you" during Military Appreciation Month is by ensuring a smooth transition to civilian jobs.
We've got resouces to help veterans transition to civilian employment and plan for the future.
The jobless rate for all veterans edged down to 4.3 percent in 2016 from 4.6 percent in 2015.
Yesterday, staff from the Veterans’ Employment and Training Service hosted a Twitter chat to share resources for women veterans.
Because the women veteran population is so small, their service, sacrifice and experience can easily be overlooked when people make outdated assumptions about what a “veteran” is.
Obtaining a professional certification can be one of the most helpful steps in finding meaningful civilian employment. Our toolkit helps states accelerate the licensing and certficiation process for veterans.
Providing support to military spouses is an important part of the department’s goal to expand opportunities for all U.S. workers. Many of the programs we support are available for both veterans and their spouses.
As thousands of American employers know, hiring veterans is a smart move. If you’re curious about working with veterans, here are three great reasons to hire one.