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Feds Hire Vets - News
Feds Hire Vets - News

It took Francisco “Frank” Miranda, a veteran of the war in Afghanistan, about three years to find a job in the civilian world that was a good fit. Since August, Miranda has been working at Home Depot in Totowa, N.J., where he and two fellow vet employees refer to each other by their former military ranks.

Banking executive Sanjiv Yajnik talked about ways small businesses can “onboard” military veterans into their organizations.

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Did you know that Amtrak's CEO Joe Boardman joined the military at just 17 years old? 

Since the Post-9/11 GI Bill went into effect on Aug. 1, 2009, the Department of Veterans Affairs has paid more than $30 billion in tuition and benefits to 1 million veterans, service members and their families working to make the transition from military lives to civilian careers.

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When I speak to corporate leaders I explain that the difference between a master sergeant and an MBA is that the master sergeant has been doing it for 20 years.

A new nonprofit program aims to help veterans and returning service members find jobs in wireless telecommunications, as part of a broader goal to have 5,000 vets employed in the expanding industry by the year 2015.

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If there’s ever an industry that needs the field experience and skills that veterans bring, it’s the American energy industry

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REALifelines representatives are located at every major Military Treatment Facility where returning veterans are receiving treatment. In addition, veterans who have already returned home can receive online guidance by visiting the REALifelines Employment Advisor, an interactive tool that can help users:  

Jenifer Lips follows RecruitMilitary on Facebook and LinkedIn, and that’s where she heard about the company’s August 2013 career fair at Gopher Stadium in Minneapolis.

Sean Bruce has a formula for success that he wants to share with veterans seeking civilian employment.

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