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As demonstrated by the case of Edward Snowden, unreported security concerns can lead to a cataclysmic compromise of classified information.
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The American Legion has filed an amicus brief on behalf of a veteran-owned small business contesting VA’s noncompliance with veteran contracting requirements.
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These seven jobs don’t require a veteran, who chooses not to attend higher education after leaving the military, to have a college degree.
The Legion’s Department of New Jersey hosted its 12th Hiring Our Heroes career fair last week.
Deputy Secretary Seth Harris stresses to attendees at national convention that DoL is helping veterans build careers that support middle-class lifestyles.
Selective Service System still relevant and increasingly important, says its director.
Legion-sponsored Hiring Our Heroes career fair in Houston welcomed 80 employers and nearly 350 veterans, servicemembers and military spouses.
Biden focus on veterans employment, troop support during address to Legion's national convention.
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Entreprenurial course for women headlines intensive, two-day veterans' employment event.
The toughest fight lies ahead, but the five-year plan to end homelessness among veterans can still succeed, say advocates.
Licensing and credentialing advocates met at national convention to report progress in their campaign and to discuss ways to overcome remaining obstacles to universal success.
Sallie Mae will be at the Legion’s national convention in Houston to learn, teach and recruit.
Soft drink giant will have a booth at the Hiring Our Heroes Job Fair during national convention in Houston.
The global company will be providing hiring expertise during a veterans empowerment workshop at the Legion's national convention in Houston.
Retail supergiant plans to make progress on its commitment to hire 100,000 veterans at Legion national convention hiring fair.
Veterans are uniquely positioned to market themselves effectively for work in the private sector.
Military experience and training can help veterans land good jobs that are in high demand.
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Three career counselors offer their perspectives on veterans employment in the ‘green’ industry.
Recruiting experts give advice on how to handle them.
Remember to show off the professional “you” in résumés, cover letters and social media.
When starting a job, an office ally can help you understand the new work environment more quickly.
Be aware of your verbal and nonverbal performances, and the messages you send during a job interview.
Technology company has special hiring site for military, attends career fairs nationwide.
Event aims to find further solutions to a homeless veterans problem that is improving but still in need of attention.
American Legion directors, corporate executives discuss ways they are helping veterans make transitions and file VA claims.
“Light” résumés can gain weight from a closer review of your military accomplishments.
SAP’s ‘Veterans to Work’ certification program includes job placement assistance.
Excellent job opportunities await at seemingly unlikely places.
Here are five reasons why some employers choose not to hire veterans.
When asking someone for a job recommendation, keep in mind they are putting their own reputation on the line by vouching for you.