VA announced it is inviting training providers to participate in a new pilot program to prepare Veterans for careers in the high-tech workforce. The Veteran Employment
Veteran and Apprenti graduate Mike Cooper addresses the crowd at the 2018 Amazon Apprenti graduation. Also in attendance (from left to right) was Apprenti Executive
After a 2018 of record lows, the unemployment rate for veterans climbed up again in the first month of the year.
On its way out the door, the 115th Congress passed a pair of bills aimed at improving education and other aspects of the transition from
Even on the best of days, we at VA know that providing for yourself and your family–and having financial stability and security–are some of the
Editor’s Note: The following blog post is a Department of Labor contribution. As of November 2018, the current Veteran unemployment rate was 3.1 percent, down
Eight years ago, in the wake of the Great Recession, unemployment rates for the latest generation of veterans had spiked to crisis levels. Leaders across
A military background boosted the civilian job prospects for women and racial minorities that have historically had a harder time finding work, the latest Bureau
Last month, 3.6 percent of post-9/11 veterans and 3.2 percent of all veterans were unemployed.
This article is sponsored by Disabled American Veterans. In the wake of World War I, hundreds of thousands of returning and separating American troops came
The U.S. unemployment rate remained unchanged at 3.7 percent in November, while the nation added about 155,000 jobs. (Raytheon)
VetsWork, a program of the Mt. Adams Institute, is bringing back the national career training program for military veterans to both the Gifford Pinchot National