The Takeaway | What You Should Know About Veteran Employment Services

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May 28, 2021
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Veteran employers may wish to hire and support veterans in the workplace but do not know where to start. Veterans may have trouble articulating their value to employers. It is your job to address both needs and create opportunities for veterans to transition to the civilian workforce successfully.  


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