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Three-hour snapshot of The American Legion’s legislative work in Washington shows that the shortest distance to success is rarely a straight line.
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Newest Legion newsletter provides monthly updates on veterans career fairs coming to your area.
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Veterans may work for younger and less-experienced bosses in the private sector – be prepared for it and don’t take it personally.
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Many online resources are available to help veterans start or restart their own businesses.
Veterans connect in Louisville, Detroit with employers like Verizon Wireless, Eli Lilly, the Social Security Administration and many more.
Felix W. Ortiz, an Army veteran, founded Viridis Learning to place veterans in careers where their knowledge, skills and abilities will best serve them.
The online survey seeks to understand out why veterans leave their first post-military jobs.
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Construction industry says it will hire at least 100,00 veterans over the next 5 years.
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Keystone XL project is a positive step for national security and economy alike, says national commander.
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House Committee on Veterans Affairs hears of private industries' best practices in hiring veterans.
Washington-area HR pros offering valuable one-on-one coaching on Jan. 24.
The new online community will connect about one million servicemembers with employment opportunities.
Save yourself both time and money by taking DSST Subject Standardized Tests) and College Level Examination Program tests.
In your résumé, show how what you learned in the military applies to the private-sector job you seek.
Servicemembers can take transition leave if they need to find a job or look for a house.
Provisions of the Legion-supported Troop Talent Act included in newly okayed defense budget.
Online resource matches veterans and families with jobs and homes in Iowa.
See a list of industries that are expected to see growth in the next few years.
Government ‘reverse auction’ procurement practice criticized by Legion.
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Gov. Terry Branstad shares how the Home Base Iowa program is making Iowa a friendly place for veterans to live.
From selling computers to leading group exercises, work experience in college can give you an edge in the job market.
Thanks to Legion and its partners, all states will waive skills tests in commercial drivers license tests for veterans.
Government outreach to veteran small business operators could be better, says Legion.
Organization has helped bring more than 150 job fairs this year to veterans, servicemembers and their families in all parts of the United States.
DoD honors Past Department Commander Bob Looby for employment initiatives, support of Guard/Reserve.
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Those wishing to attend the forum in Washington, D.C., sponsored by VET-Force, must register by Oct. 10.
While many jobs are in higher demand, some are falling by the career-path wayside.
Free guide issued by Blue Star Families helps family members and loved ones cope with a servicemember’s deployment.
As demonstrated by the case of Edward Snowden, unreported security concerns can lead to a cataclysmic compromise of classified information.
These seven jobs don’t require a veteran, who chooses not to attend higher education after leaving the military, to have a college degree.