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Helping veterans find jobs is more than a passion for Karen Ross—it's a business.
The unemployment rate for veterans who served since the 9/11 attacks peaked at a troubling 15.2% in January 2011.
Veteran Paul Gawley of Downers Grove worked for years in construction management after serving with the Naval Construction Battalion at the end of the Vietnam War.
Pilot evaluation of AfterDeployment.org’s workshop for posttraumatic stress. The DoD’s AfterDeployment.org website was developed to increase reach of behavioral health resources, offering education, assessment, and self-help coping tools on many postdeployment-related topics.
Gender differences in PTSD symptoms. The prevalence of PTSD appears to be similar in male and female Veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. It is less clear whether there are differences in the types of symptoms reported. A study by researchers from the National Center for PTSD suggests more similarity than difference.
Siemens today announced a new, job training initiative for U.S. military veterans with an engineering and manufacturing background as part of a nationwide effort to assist veterans transitioning to the civilian workforce.
One of VA’s most crucial responsibilities is to help prepare Veterans to enter the workforce after their service. The Post-9/11 GI Bill is a vital tool to help Vets prepare for new careers, and the VRAP initiative has helped unemployed …
The Veterans Retraining Assistance Program has approved nearly 38,000 applications for unemployed Vets 35-60 years old.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has approved more than 36,000 applications for the Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP), a new training and education program for unemployed Veterans to upgrade their skills for in-demand jobs.
A lengthy report on Marine Corps plans to take a deep look at the service's 'Never Leave a Marine Behind' suicide prevention program in light of eight reported suicides in July, the highest number recorded this year.
Transitioning service members, military spouses and veterans attending hundreds of job fairs around the country like one held here Aug. 2 are finding themselves on the proverbial red carpet as employers pack arenas to add those closest to the armed forces to their payrolls.
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released Veteran unemployment data for the month of July.
President Barack Obama has made helping veterans find civilian employment and reintegrate into the nation’s workforce and economy a top priority, according to a White House fact sheet released July 19.
Don’t give up hope. … You have to be persistent,” he said. “The doors will open. It’s not that dark out there. It seems that way, but there will be opportunities.”
Toronto Star U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs spokeswoman Jo Schuda confirmed that “if someone could be shown as having been a veteran, regardless of the conflict, we could provide a marker. It would indicate, among other things, years of active duty.” Heritage ...
A Pentagon review of compensation members of the National Guard and reservists receive is recommending that changes be made to make salaries and benefits more equitable, according to an article from The Associated Press.
Within two weeks of being announced, a program to give skills training to some unemployed Veterans has garnered over 12,000 online applications, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs wants veterans to know about their benefits, from job and education opportunities to home loans and programs for those who are disabled, a VA official said yesterday.
VA recently launched a contest to help the people, who help the homeless – Project REACH (Real-time Electronic Access for Caregivers and the Homeless).
As Alex Horton noted last week, the unemployment rate among Iraq- and Afghanistan-era Veterans has now fallen below the national average. With so much concern about the economy and jobs, this is welcome news.
A major university, the National Association of Manufacturers and an international software developer have been honored by the Department of Veterans Affairs for their contributions to a new digital badge program that will make it easier for Veterans to document the skills they learned in uniform for civilian employers and institutions of higher education.
More than 2,200 veterans had their personal information accidentally posted on the genealogy website Ancestry.com last year, a move that could potentially expose them to identify theft crimes.
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By LEO SHANE III WASHINGTON — The ambitious jobs plan outlined by the president Thursday night may be a tough sell in Congress, but lawmakers appear...
President Obama visited the Washington Navy Yard and discussed his plans to ensure that all of America’s veterans have the support they need and deserve when they leave the military, look for a job and enter the civilian workforce.
BBST Joins with HireVeterans.com to Offer Careers to Military Veterans By Randy Miller BB Technical Solutions LLC (BBTS) is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small...
Facility Solutions Group Needs Veterans for Employment Right Away !!! By Randy Miller Facility Solutions Group (FSG) is one of the nation's largest single-source providers...
Facility Solutions Group Needs Veterans for Employment Right Away !!! By Randy Miller Facility Solutions Group (FSG) is one of the nation's largest single-source...
US Military Veterans wanted at Sullivan International Group Sullivan Joins HireVeterans.com By Randy Miller Sullivan International Group, Inc. is an applied science, engineering, and technology firm...
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