U.S. Veterans in the Workforce: Why the 7 Percent are America’s Greatest Assets

Must Read for HR and College Recruiters

Navy veteran Mike Schindler, Founder and CEO of Operation Military Family, tells the stories of our returning heroes so that we might gain a true understanding of life for returning vets and their families. While addressing some of the hardships of returning vets, Schindler also reveals another side of America’s heroes―the side that celebrates the triumphs and hirable qualities offered by our veterans including:

  • A Strong Work Ethic
  • A Positive Attitude
  • The Willingness to Do More
  • Strong Job Preparedness
    Being Solution Minded
  • High Energy

U.S. Veterans in the Workforce sheds light on the American heroes who come home to new heroic endeavors―the ones that make America worth fighting for.


“A must-read for HR and College Recruiters” – Bob Dees, Major General, U.S. Army, Retired, Former VP for Military Outreach, Liberty University, Author of Resilience Trilogy

U.S. Veterans in the Workforce by Mike Schindler is an important piece, with a unique relevance as it relates to the integration of the marketplace and principles learned through military service. In today’s workforce, we’re finding more and more companies focused on a “narrow” career path – an inch wide – in a “silo’d” approach. Yet, through military service, we’re developing leaders holistically, which means they become more and more valuable in the marketplace as future leaders who can see the big picture.” – Jeff Rogers, Chairman & CEO, OneAccord

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