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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.
Jay Straley
5 days ago

The clinical laboratory was being underutilized and poorly supervised. With my background in the U.S. Navy, that was unacceptable. So I strived to bring it up to the standards of ASCP and my own.

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Kristine Mol
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Esther Varney

I just want a job without all the computer crap

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E LIBERADZKI

Wow...incredible. I would love to work at the VA in some capacity...I'm a letter carrier on unpaid leave ...Navy veteran and they treat us like garbage 🗑 4 years Navy...23 years carrying mail in Metro Detroit I'm in good health mentally and physically (i think) but cannot keep up when they want brand new hires 20-30 years old literally running all day. So frustrated 😞 I pray

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Alice Holland
7 days ago

I felt proud to work for #The Salvation Army when...

Enjoyed every day for the full .I was employed with the Salvation army..Great place. #mythoughts

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Eric Bucher

I worked in the pension division. I think they just hired anyone they thought could do the job. If you want to work there, just do your best at the interview.

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James Williams

I work in the lab within a VA clinic and we are like a family away from family. Professional and Personal. Have been there for 12 years. Our boss is amazing and he takes good care of his employees.

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Deanna Neff

I work at the VA in HIM Department as a Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist. The CDI Team works together as a team we cover for each other on days off, when we are done with assignments we ask each other if anyone needs help. We communicate with each other if we are having problems with a certain application, we let each other know if we have logged a ticket and forward that ticket to the Team so if I am off work that day someone else can handle the ticket. We are here for our Veterans and work together to make sure we are doing all we can to make sure I Veterans are receiving the care they deserve. You can only do that if you all work for the same goal.

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Joseph Lancina

Yes. They look at everything.

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Tyrone Ray JR

It's not the Hiring Manager, on the military the Recruiter who usually an E5 or E6. They do a deep background well before you're hired the government has access to certain data's they will everything back within 3-5 days.

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Junior Esquivel
13 days ago

Respect. I never seem to get that there with my time there. More than once if I wasn't white, I wasn't right.. for shame. #veterans

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Danny Anderson

Working at VA is an excellent source for career and financial growth. I am not qualified to speak in the medical side. On the regional claims side, it is a promotion gold mine and financially sound.

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Clarence Harper

Working at the VA will fulfill my goal of giving back and helping other veterans.

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Michael Holmes
about 1 month ago

Served in the military for over 10 years in the USMC, I’m a combat veteran with PTSD. Currently looking for a position that caters to Veterans, Anyone know anything please reply.

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Amy Sherman

Usajobs.com

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Toni Griego

I worked at the VA and retired after 33years! I enjoyed working there immensely! Find a job you are interested in and get yourself in the door…after that you can apply to others until you find the one that fits you! There are so many opportunities..and you can transfer anywhere in the US Many opportunities to advance as well! Good luck!

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