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Veterans finding workforce success
If you are interested in obtaining a federal civil service position, having a clear understanding of the process can help to increase the effectiveness of your application. Federal employment is competitive and typically yields longer turnaround times with status updates for an announcement, compared to the private sector.

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Veterans finding workforce success
The unemployment report from the Bureau of Labor statistics (BLS) reflecting the month of April was a bit of a mixed bag but had good information regarding the American economy and especially the Veteran community. The national unemployment rate fell from 6.7 percent to 6.3 percent.

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America still not back to work
The unemployment numbers released in March by the Department of Labor (DOL) Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) confirm the United States is still not back to work.The unemployment rate has remained above 6.6 percent since the end of the last recession, which makes this recovery the worst since World War II.

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Job rates growing ... slowly
While the December jobs report contained a few pieces of good news, the overall report is a weak one that has dashed hopes for a jobs recovery. The U.S. economy added only 74,000 jobs in December, the smallest increase since January 2011 and far below the 196,000 jobs Wall Street expected.

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By Ted Daywalt

This article is featured exclusively online, in conjunction with the December-January issue of Navy magazine.

General Summary

The Bureau of Labor Statistics Current Population Survey (BLS CPS) report states there were 21,305,000 Veterans alive in October, down from 21,331,000 in September, a loss of 26,000 Veterans nationally in October. This continues the trend of the shrinking Veteran population due in large part to having an all-volunteer force since 1972 and not having a military draft. There were nearly sixty million Veterans alive at the end of the Vietnam War. America has lost over two thirds of its Veterans in the last four decades. The decreasing number of Veterans has a direct impact on the decline of the political importance of Veterans and negatively affects the membership of Veteran service organizations.

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Veteran employment situation report for August 2013
The Bureau of Labor Statistics Current Population Survey (BLS CPS) report states there were 21,359,000 Veterans alive in July, down from 21,384,000 in August, a loss of 25,000 Veterans. This continues the trend of the shrinking Veteran population, due in large part to having an all-volunteer force since 1972 and not having a military draft.

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Vets unemployment drops as nation’s rate stays the same
The BLS CPS June report states there were 21,412,000 Veterans alive in June, down from 21,439,000 in May, a loss of 27,000 Veterans in May. This continues the trend of the shrinking Veteran population due in large part to having an all-volunteer force since 1972. There were nearly sixty million Veterans alive at the end of the Vietnam War. America has lost two thirds of the Veterans in the last 42 years.

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Veteran employment situation report for March 2013
The BLS CPS reports there were 21,467,000 Veterans alive in April, down from 21,492,000 in March, a loss of 25,000 Veterans in March. There were 11,185,000 Veterans in the workforce in March, up 71,000 from the 11,011,000 in February.

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Veteran employment situation report for February 2013
The Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) Current Poputation Survey (CPS) report says there were 21,520,000 veterans alive in February, down from 21,534,000 in January, a loss of 14,000 veterans in February.

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Veteran employment situation report for December 2012
Welcome to the VetJobs Veteran Employment Situation Report (VESR) covering December 2012. This is part 3 of 3 of the VESR; for the entire report, please go to www.vetjobs.com.

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Veteran employment situation report for October 2012
Welcome to the VetJobs Veteran Employment Situation Report covering October 2012. This is part 3 of 3 of a report covering the employment situation in the veteran market. For the entire report, please go to vetjobs.com.

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Veteran employment
This is definitely a political year and many people running for office like to play on the image of the unemployed veteran. Many of these images are myths.

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Finding a job via the Internet

Sooner or later you will have to make the decision to leave the military, or you have already transitioned out and you are not happy with your current situation. So how do you find a new job? The two leading ways people find jobs today are networking and using the Internet. Today we will discuss how to use the Internet to find a job.

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Unintended Consequences Affecting Guard and Reserve Employment

Despite what has been reported in the press, the overall employment situation for all veterans is better than for nonveterans. This is not to say there are not problem areas. As a person who spent nearly 28 years in the Navy of which 21 were in the Navy Reserve, I feel our country has an obligation to ensure all veterans are properly employed since it is the military member who defended our constitutional republic.

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