State Launches Program To Connect Veterans With Jobs, Housing

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State officials Friday announced a new program that connects veterans with job opportunities and housing. It’s also an effort from the state to fill tens of thousands of unfilled jobs.
The program is called Next Level Veterans – a source for career training and a homebuyer program tailor made for veterans. The state launched a website to act as its hub.
Gov. Eric Holcomb says he wants veterans to consider making Indiana home, as they transition back to civilian life.
Holcomb says there are 85,000 unfilled jobs in the state and says veterans are well suited to fill them, with their discipline and unique skillset.
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