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Wells Fargo supports our uniformed services team members who return to work after active duty with a variety of jobs, confidential resources, educational information, and career guidance.
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The United States Postal Service® has a long history of providing career opportunities to veterans, reservists, and their family members. In fact, they currently employ nearly 100,000 Military members and Veterans in their organization.
They value the leadership, reliability, and high-tech skills veterans bring to the organization, as well as your loyalty and integrity.
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In order to receive preference in hiring, you must clearly identify your claim for veteran’s preference on your online application. The Postal Service requires that you submit a copy of your Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, DD-214 (Member 4 Copy), or other official documentation from a branch of the Armed Forces or the Department of Veterans Affairs showing dates of service and type of discharge.
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I'm an Army Reservist, 42 A Human Resources, but I need another job, this isn't enough for my bills and Christmas is out there and I don't have enough money for presents. Anyway, I still hopeful that I'm going to find the ideal job :). I'm from Carolina, PR, greetings!
With your medical skills, you might see if you qualify for the military reserves. The Navy had a program called Advanced Pay Grade (APG) which allows you to enlist at a higher rate based on your work history, skills, etc. It would provide income and the opportunity to obtain job possibilities. And, if a person has a requirement of earning XX$ before becoming eligible for unemployment benefits, it would help lift that requirement. Best wishes.
Can't find a good paying job where I can earn enough to support myself . Thinking about the military. Is that still a good choice for displaced young college grads who still can't find a job?