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Veterans looking for employment should do their homework, look the part, and close an interview well.
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The establishment of a Military Credentialing and Licensing Task Force hopes to ease job transition for veterans and servicemembers.
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Service providers from federal agencies and community-based programs discussed projects and programs being used to reduce homelessness among veterans.
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