Blue Star Veterans Network Joins Hireveterans.com

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Blue Star Veterans Network Joins Hireveterans.com the largest online job board for U.S. Veterans in an effort to help our nation’s veterans get back into the workforce.


The mission is simple. To make life for America’s aging veterans as great as it can be. They do this with a little help from technology, a little help from family, and a little help from the following generations of veterans.
That great life is about freedom, independence, dignity, and choices. It’s about being as healthy as possible, as long as possible, and in the comfort of one’s home. The companies mission is to give back to veterans at least a fraction as much as they have already given to the nation.
“By Vets, For Vets.” Blue Star Veterans Network provides aging-in-place technologies and services to older veterans and their families, allowing them to live at home with dignity and independence. Sold via web and 800 number, the technologies provide Safety, Health, and Connection to the vet, and peace-of-mind to his or her adult children.

Click Here To View And Apply To All Of Blue Star Veterans Network’s Available Positions!

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