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You served your country, now what? This topic focuses on veterans looking for work and support for what comes next in their careers.
Tim Toutant
4 days ago

security jobs

The Security company will train you, however must have a clean record and common sense. I have military experience and a BS degree in safety.

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Clive Rodrigues
2 months ago

I am a 61 year old army veteran. I stop working from 2009 to help take care of my mother and two children. Now that I have moved and my kids are getting older. I have tried to get a job with two different companies and one is a very very large company, I was practically told we no use for you. I guessed I served in the military to get screwed by civilian personnel.

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Debra Roe
2 months ago

I'm a US ARMY veteran. 🇺🇸 I am now 63 years old and have worked as a medical assistant for 38 years as a civilian. The medical practice I worked for closed the doors on June 30. Trying to get employment when they see your age is very disheartening. I FINALLY starting getting unemployment checks last week..(6 weeks after the fact) and now the unemployment office has summoned me to an interview to see if I qualify to continue receiving benefits. Has anyone else had this happen? #jobsearch #unemployment #healthcare #advice

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Bob Escalera

The truth. Why misrepresent? They want/need you or they don't.

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Ronald Burke

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Roman Jackson
about 1 month ago
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Antonio Hamilton

Those who have paid the high price for freedom need to know that those willing to assist and care for them understand what it means to wear the uniform

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Barbara Andrews

The veterans worked hard for us at one time or another, we can surely work for them too.

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walter morgan
12 days ago

Only had 2 jobs in my career. 21 years at United States Navy and 24 years at North Star BlueScope Steel. Proud and patriotic sailor. North Star BlueScope has made my upcoming retirement the Golden years I've dreamed of. Apply there and you will agree.

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Shannon Salgado

The Government, regardless of what negative comments you may hear, is actually a great place to work. I enjoy working for our veterans. Job security is everything. The benefits are great as well.

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Johnathon Smith

I’m an LPN military trained looking for a job

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Kristine Mol
3 months ago
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Gene Hudson

When I spell it Dimocrats thats exactly what I mean, You people have got to be some of the dumbest buttheads walking around.Why dont some of you idiots tell us how much better off we are since the senile old idiot took office. Ill wait

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Deborah Rodriguez

Not being properly trained, not only academically, I speak of human sensitivity, of that proper management, of understanding the needs of our veterans. In order to carry out a humane and quality work! #veterans

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Cheryl McGilton
24 days ago

I started working at Baumann & Company, PLLC a couple of months after retiring from the United States Marine Corps. I enjoyed my work and the people I worked forward/with. I was hired as the Office Manager, but my duties included front office receptionist, Accounts Receivable and Payable, managing Time Billing Software and typing/mailing the invoices that were sent to clients, processing corporate and individual tax returns and transmitting E-file tax returns, maintaining office supplies and equipment, including troubleshooting the computers & network. It was a small town CPA Firm but we had clients from Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas. The pay was good for a small town in South Mississippi and my travel expenses were minimal since I lived five miles away.

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Alice Cervantes
about 1 month ago

What's the key to success in a Volunteer job?

How can I volunteer to old navy

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Tera Carrasco

The best thing about any volunteer work is being able to use what you know where it's needed most and the satisfaction that someone appreciates the work you did for them. You can make money from any job but being able to help someone is a feeling of accomplishment and selfless fulfillment that doesn't always come with the paid job because it is an inner self reward which you can keep in mind and heart. It helps many to continue with the paid job where so many feel that appreciation has diminished because they are paid to do it.

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Karen Ross

I agree with the above and would add that a person needs to be committed. It's easier to be absent than when it's a job. Advantages are it's good for the brain and self-fulfilment.

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