The buzz companies make around hiring veterans often doesn't result in actual jobs, according to a study released Nov. 5 by LinkedIn. Transitioning veterans received 26% more recruiter messages via LinkedIn than their civilian counterparts, the study found. But while interest in veterans from the recruiters was high, 38 of the top 50 industries actually employ veterans at a lower rate than nonveterans. And when they did make it through the door, veterans were 70% more likely than nonveterans to walk into a new gig that was a step down, the report said. Read more on Military.com.
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