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Jobs for Veterans: USA Today Plugs Vets as Managers

Have you picked up a copy of USA Today yet? Today's article can't say enough nice things about how valuable military veterans are as potential managers. Here are just a few great quotes:

Businesses say they value skills for operating within a chain of command and for handling mission-focused tasks

and

"It's decision-making ability — that's what you're hiring somebody for. You trust their abilities to solve your problems for you," says Dan Piontkowski, veterans staffing program manager for Hewlett-Packard.

and, perhaps the best news,

The Victory Media survey of Fortune 1000 companies suggests many [companies] are actively beginning to recruit...veterans. "These are the jobs [managers] that the companies have told us they are exclusively or significantly recruiting military veterans in 2013," says Sean Collins, G.I. Jobs director.

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