Abbott Laboratories Looks To Veterans For Help Fulfilling Jobs

Help make a difference with a company that embraces the ideas of making life better for others.

They are a global, broad-based health care company devoted to discovering new medicines, new technologies and new ways to manage our health.  Their products span the continuum of care, from nutritional products and laboratory diagnostics through medical devices and pharmaceutical therapies.  Their comprehensive line of products encircles life itself addressing important health needs from infancy to the golden year.

Abbott has sales, manufacturing, research and development, and distribution facilities around the world, close to where their customers need them to be.  They are recognized for their global reach and their ability to serve their customers around the world.

Throughout their more than 120 year history, Abbott people have been driven by a constant goal: to advance medical science to help people live healthier lives.  It’s part of their heritage.  And, it continues to drive their work.  Today, approximately 83,000 employees around the world share the passion for “Turning Science Into Caring.”  It’s a commitment to focusing on what matters most: life and the potential it holds when we are feeling our best.

Why work for Abbott?

Abbott prides themselves on being recognized as a good place to work because they strive to provide an environment that enables employees to succeed.  They have received numerous local, national and international distinctions for their commitment to workplace excellence.  Their programs range from award winning health care benefits to a variety of convenience and wellness services and long-term retirement benefits.

Please visit the job postings for Abbott on Hire Veterans which can be found by clicking here.

You can also visit directly with Abbott at their company website where you can view their career page by clicking here.

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