Aside from their importance in aiding people in their day-to-day lives, jobs in healthcare provide the American economy a fundamental cornerstone. Small wonder, then, that healthcare jobs are among the most promising prospective careers for veterans transitioning to the civilian workforce. 

And those prospects can see boosts from programs specifically tailored toward translating veterans' military experience into healthcare job opportunities.  ...

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So you’re a military veteran who just returned from years of active duty. Though you had a fulfilling experience, you’re ready to get back into the job market and work for an organization that can help you achieve other career goals. Well, after months of searching, you still can’t find a job, which puts you in a group with other ...

Job training, placement services, employment opportunities, workshops, and much more are available through state and federal programs to meet the needs of veterans and to recognize the sacrifices made by those serving in the armed forces.

The U.S. Department of Labor, Veterans Employment and Training Service (VETS) office develops various policies and programs to stimulate intergovernmental, private-sector, and non-governmental collaboration ...

I’ve worn many different hats in the medical field. I’ve been an emergency medicine physician and served in the Navy, and I am currently the medical director of a fire and rescue service. But if you asked me to pick the most intense and fulfilling role, I would easily choose my time spent with the Army Reserve Medical Corps.

Although ...

Have you ever thought of starting and running a business? Vets do so at much higher rates than civilians. And veterans start businesses that become successful at a very high rate, too.

Do you know vets are twice as likely to be successful entrepreneurs as civilians?

Whether your interest is in being a successful solopreneur or building any size company, ...

“For a veteran — a person who thrives off excitement, a mission and a chain of command — you tend to seek out companies like that,” said Mark Major, a veteran of combat in Iraq who has worked for Union Pacific for about two years.

As thousands of American soldiers return to the civilian workforce after service in Iraq or ...

By Rob Starr, Big4.com Content Manager

The fact that Linda Singh has risen to a position of both prominence and leadership in any single career would qualify her as leader worthy of special notice. Add to that the fact she is both a Brigadier General in the U.S. Army National Guard and a managing director at Accenture Federal Services, two ...

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