One out of every 10 businesses in the U.S. is owned by veterans, and most of those are small businesses. But, like the rest of American workers, low unemployment is changing how they are entering the workforce.
The New York Times called it “the biggest shift in the American health care system since the passage of the Affordable Care Act.”
The partial government shutdown left some 800,000 federal employees without a paycheck last week, and a lot of military veterans are among that number. Nearly a third of workers in federal executive branch agencies are veterans, and according to the…
PTSD treatment so far has focused mostly on veterans, but that's changing.
Experts, and vets themselves, say yes.
A bill that could expand the way military veterans can access healthcare has gone to President Trump. The VA Mission Act includes money for a program that allows some veterans to seek care from neighborhood emergency clinics and private doctors.…
Veterans still struggle with underemployment and low wages.
The "forever" measure includes more soldiers, like reservists.
US companies have done a good job of hiring vets. But the work needs to be meaningful.
Government contract employees are on the losing end of a new federal contract.