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Washington state’s job growth is about 40 percent higher than the rest of the nation, and that doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon.
State employers are reporting there are 10,000 high paying job vacancies with no way to fill them.
California may end a decades-old ban on members of the Communist Party working in its government, after the state Assembly approved a bill that would delete references to the party from its employment requirements.
State officials have ordered the veterans who organized a homeless camp to abandon their site near Loop 202 near Mesa.
Connecticut officials have begun designing an expansion and improvements to the State Veterans Cemetery in Middletown.
“They always say you stand on the shoulders of the people who went before you and I think in many cases that is very, very true,” and, in Charlie Summers’ case, that’s a long line of relatives stretching back in history; a record of service woven into the fabric of who he is.
A free federal employment workshop will be available for veterans on the Elizabeth City State University campus on Wednesday and Thursday.
After serving in the Navy for six years and traveling around the world, Thomas Lawson found a home with other veterans at Cal State LA. The 28-year-old Lawson will be graduating in June with a Bachelor of Science in business administration.
When the phone rang in November 2015, Danette Crenshaw of Glencoe, Minn., declined to donate $20 to an organization called the Foundation for American Veterans.
For the past three years, the state has been working with private employers through the NC4ME project, or North Carolina for Military Employment. Now, state leaders say it's time for state agencies to do more as well.
When we think of donating items like clothes and perishable foods might come to mind, but employees from Hormel Foods came together to donate hygiene products to local veterans.
The state's failure to pass a budget has forced the shut down of a Des Plaines-based social service program that provides support to veterans and their families.
U.S. Coast Guard and Army National Guard veteran Erik Stever asserts that the city of St. Paul wrongly denied him extra points in his effort to get hired for two civil service jobs.
Veterans would be able to attend state colleges for free under a bill filed by state Rep. James Arciero and supported by 59 his House and Senate colleagues.
Virginia Tech has been awarded a statewide Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Governor's Award for hiring more veterans than any other state agency in the Commonwealth of Virginia. There are 65 state agencies, including 39 colleges and universities.
The remains some from as far back as World War I have been unclaimed all these years.
Sen. David Knezek, D-Dearborn Heights, and Rep. Tom Barrett, R-Potterville, both took their seats in November 2014, and they’re working hard toward a goal of improving veterans’ affairs here in Michigan.
Riverhead Town will be able to increase by nearly 40 percent the real property tax exemptions it grants to veterans if a bill that passed the New York State Legislature last week is signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Unemployed and underemployed veterans can search for jobs and receive help at the "Serving Those Who Have Served Us" Veterans' Job Fair at Kent State University.
A legal clinic at the William & Mary Law School is expanding its efforts with the help of a state grant.
Thomas Edison State College has the largest enrollment out of any other veteran institute across the country and it's looking to expand.