I got this email today and thought the info worth passing on. I am definitely one of the lucky people who returned to a job, but not everyone does. If you need a job, check them out:
I am a follower of your blog and am working with the Call of Duty
Endowment (CODE) to raise awareness about employment issues for
veterans. CODE is a non-profit organization that helps solders
transition to civilian careers after their military service. It
focuses its resources on assisting organizations that provide job
placement and training to veterans, as well as engaging the media and
public forums to raise awareness of the issue.
I encourage you to take a look at this video and explore CODE's website for information about finding good jobs for our vets after
they finish their military service:
Additionally, here is an article that came out a few weeks ago with
some scary statistics about the current state of employment for
Although unemployment among veterans is a major problem, it is not
front and center in the public debate. We would be grateful if you
considered blogging on the issues or linking your blog to the CODE
video or articles pertaining to the subject. If you would like me to
provide you with more information, I would be happy to do so.
Please help us bring this issue into public conversation. I look
forward to hearing from you, either personally or through the
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