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Feds Hire Vets - News
Feds Hire Vets - News

Folks getting out of the military and back into civilian life have a lot of things to re-acclimate to. One of them — and it’s an important one — is the jobs market. Last year it was reported that there are more than 21 million people living in the United States who have military experience. A portion of them have ostensibly been able to parlay those special skills acquired in the armed forces successfully into civilian careers.

But what are those skills and what types of jobs do they figure into? The answers are both obvious and surprising. According to a fun report on positions that lend themselves to the talents of vets, provided by, we compiled a slideshow of just what those jobs are and how much they pay. Check it out
Karsten Strauss, Forbes Staff 

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  • Department of Veterans Affairs
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