Veterans face job discrimination; feds are biggest offender


By staff

It has become a mainstream story – a soldier is unable to find work because of military obligations.
Many of those stories are about small, private companies. But according to The Washington Post, the biggest offender is the federal government.
The story, titled, “Returning military members allege job discrimination — by federal government,”reported that offices within the federal government have reneged on job offers to members of the military and fired others after a long absence.

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