One of the problems military veterans have long faced is matching their skills learned in the armed forces to the needs of civilian employers, an issue Congress continues to grapple with in the fiscal 2019 spending bills.
Many military jobs translate perfectly into the civilian sector - repairing an Abrams tank is much like repairing any heavy piece of machinery, for example - but many combat and leadership skills do not, on the surface, directly transfer.
The Department of Veterans Affairs' Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program is at the forefront of helping veterans find the...
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