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Veterans Make Valuable Employees, So Why Aren’t More Getting Hired?

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Veterans Make Valuable Employees, So Why Aren’t More Getting Hired?

One of the country’s top think-tanks has a memo for American employers: Hiring veterans isn’t charity work, nor is it a decision grounded in patriotic duty. Actually, it’s simply smart business.

That’s because American war veterans don’t merely make for good employees. Often, they’re some of the very best. Which makes it difficult to understand why more of the men and women coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan struggle to find employment.

Now, a new report from the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) offers insight into how business leaders perceive veterans — and makes a compelling case to employers that hiring a veteran is good for the bottom line.

 

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