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National recruitment effort seeks to bring medical professionals to VA

In an effort to increase access to care, VA Secretary Bob McDonald recently launched a national recruitment campaign designed to bring needed medical professionals into the VA. “At VA, we have the most inspiring mission and the greatest clients of …

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Veteran unemployment decreases; Gulf War II Veteran above national average despite decreases

The August 2014 unemployment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that Veterans are, as a whole, doing slightly better than non-Veterans. The 12-month rolling averages show that Veterans and non-Veterans overall are doing better than they were a …

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Secretary McDonald announces the start of a national recruitment effort to bring needed medical professionals to VA

Recruitment of Additional Medical Providers Will Increase Access to Care Speaking to a crowd of medical students, residents and faculty at Duke University’s School of Medicine, Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald today launched a recruiting initiative aimed at …

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Couch to $30k: A Six Month Plan

General Manager of GE Transportation’s Global Signaling Solutions.
In just six months, with some post-military training, a little bit of research, and high-speed effort, you can land a career with great benefits that will make your mom proud and a salary that will make your battle buddies green with envy.

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Veteran, non-Veteran unemployment increases in July 2014

The July 2014 unemployment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that Veterans are, as a whole, doing slightly better than non-Veterans despite increases in unemployment. The 12-month rolling averages show that Veterans and non-Veterans overall are doing better …

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VFW @VFWHQ is first Veterans organization to join VA’s #VetQ initiative

The VFW’s mission is to serve and advocate for Veterans, the military and their communities.

The VFW was the first veterans service organization to join VA as an official partner to its latest veterans service endeavor and will play an active role in helping to fulfill #VetQ’s mission.

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Paralyzed Veterans of America @PVA1946 Teams Up With @DeptVetAffairs for #VetQ

PVA fights for better health care, benefits and careers, and provide the path to adventure through adaptive sports.

Paralyzed Veterans of America is one of seven organizations partnering with the Department of Veterans Affairs on a new collaborative social media campaign aimed at answering veterans’ questions.

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VA tools help Vets, Servicemembers transition

Senior Employment Advisor, Veterans Benefits Administration Office of Economic Opportunity

VA works to help Veterans and Servicemembers find jobs, transition to civilian life.

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Life in the fast lane

Chris Clayton grew up with two passions in life: military aviation and racing. The first was from listening to his grandfather’s stories of working on P-51 Mustangs during World War II, and the latter from spending countless summer nights at …

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Veteran unemployment falls, while non-Veteran unemployment rises

The May 2014 unemployment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that Veterans are, as a whole, doing slightly better than non-Veterans. Gulf War II Veteran unemployment rates fell 1.5% and are doing better than the national non-Veteran average …

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