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Three job creators explain why they hire veterans.
Through hard work and a unique apprenticeship program, Antonio Williams has transitioned from the military to the tech industry.
On National Hire a Veteran Day, learn more about the resources offered by our Veterans' Employment and Training Service to help connect employers with veterans seeking jobs.
Commonsense occupational licensing reforms will reduce barriers to job mobility and make it easier for military spouses to continue working.
After working as a soldier, an egg inspector, and a nursery owner, this veteran is enjoying his most satisfying career yet.
After his IT position was eliminated, Marine Corps veteran Gregory Lincoln nearly lost his home and was on the edge of despair. The crew at his local job center helped him find hope again − and a new career.
Army veteran Keith Westler is fulfilling a lifelong career goal by working as a pediatric nurse, thanks to support from his local American Job Center.
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.
After several years in the U.S. Marine Corps, including two deployments to Afghanistan, Rachael Moore was ready to trade her combat boots for business shoes. The Transition Assistance Program helped get her there.
With help from an American Job Center, U.S. Army veteran DeeAnna Baxter-Stone found a civilian career she loves.