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Making the Transition

MAKING THE TRANSITION UNSURE OF WHAT'S NEXT? YOU'RE NOT ALONE... 64% 50% of returning did not know veterans what to do had difficulty adjusting to a civilian life after their military service NAVIGATING THE JOB MARKET CAN BE DIFFICULT of veterans say that is the 69% finding a job most difficult thing to do in civilian life Age Demographic Unemployment Rate in 2012 for Unemployment Rate in 2012 for Post-9/11 veterans U.S. civilians 18-24 YRS 17.8% 20.4% 25-34 YRS 8.3% 10.6% OVERALL 8.1% 9.9% THE WAY TO A JOB MAY NOT ALWAYS BE CLEAR say they have trouble explaining how their military skills translate when applying for a job LET THE SDS POINT YOU IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION! John Holland's SELF-DIRECTED Visit www.self-directed-search.com today! SDS SEARCH' Also now includes the Veterans & Military Occupation Finder SOURCES: Bureau of Labor Statistics, "Employment Situation of Veterans-2012." | Bureau of Labor Statistics, "Disability, Employment and Income: Are Iraq/Afghanistan-era U.S. Veterans Unique?" | Bureau of Labor Statistics, Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey Monster, "Veterans Talent Index." | Pew Research Center, "War and Sacrifice in the Post-9/11 Era." | Prudential, "Veterans' Employment Challenges: Perceptions and Experiences Transitioning from Military to Civilian Life." | United States Department of Veterans Affairs, "Profile of Veterans: 2011."

Making the Transition

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Veterans may have a difficult time transitioning from military life to civilian life, but there are products out there that can help. The SDS can help provide guidance with translating military duties...

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