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MD-Frederick Law Enforcement Hiring Expo – Feb. 22

Frederick Indoor Sports Center, 1845 Brookfield Ct., Frederick, MD 21701

Barracks To Business: Translating Military Skills Into Success

It can be very difficult for someone with a military background to successfully re-integrate back into civilian life. Learn more

Senators call out Shulkin on VA’s unfilled top jobs

BY NIKKI WENTLING Why four top jobs within the Department of Veterans Affairs remain unfilled nearly one year after President Donald Trump took office drew...

First WARTAC-Europe graduates offered jobs with VA; next classes begin in...

More than 40 transitioning service members from throughout Europe graduated last month from the Department of Veterans Affairs' first overseas Warrior Transition Advancement Course.

Jobs For Our Heroes Act Eases Path To Trucking Career For...

President Donald Trump signed into law last week a bill called “Jobs for Our Heroes Act,” which expands the type of medical professionals employed by the Department of Veterans Affairs...

IT Engineering Company Is Hiring Veterans Now!

Well respected IT company is hiring U.S. veterans today!!!

New Year, New Jobs

Happy New Year! It’s a new year to grow your business, and you are ready to hire. You’ve got competition. The unemployment rate in South Carolina is 3.9 percent, and the Upstate was just named the No. 2 best place for manufacturing jobs.

Butler-Based Junk Hauling Company Aims to Give Veterans Jobs

A military veteran in Philadelphia started JDog Junk Removal & Hauling seven years ago. Business boomed so he decided to offer franchises to fellow veterans and their families.

Cornyn’s bill helping veterans get commercial driving jobs becomes law

President Donald Trump has signed into law a bill introduced by U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) that streamlines the process by which active-duty military members and reservists can obtain their Commercial Driver's Licenses to get future jobs.

U.S. employers add modest 148,000 jobs; unemployment rate at 4.1 percent

U.S. employers added 148,000 jobs in December, a modest gain but still enough to suggest the economy entered the new year with solid momentum.