Welcoming Military Spouses to LinkedIn’s Military and Veterans Program

Faced with frequent moves and deployments, military spouses have a unique challenge when it comes to growing their careers - in fact, they are four times more likely to be unemployed than their civilian counterparts. In order to help set them up for success, re-skilling and re-training are key as well as identifying remote and flexible work options. To help solve this pressing challenge, LinkedIn is expanding our military and veterans program to include military spouses through a new...

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5 Veterans Share Their Tips for Successfully Transitioning From Service to Entrepreneurship

"Just remember that you have had many worse things thrown at you and you were able to persevere," one veteran-entrepreneur counsels his peers.

It’s Time to Bust These 3 Myths About Hiring Veterans

Misunderstandings may inhibit private sector businesses from recruiting veterans

Veterans and Reservists Are Your Secret Talent Weapon. But, Careful, You May Lose Them.

These people may have extended service responsibilities. They may have personal mental health issues. What is your company doing to help?

The Best Places for Veteran Entrepreneurs to Get Funding

Veteran-owned businesses have long been a key part of the American economic engine.

True Grit: How Immigrants and Veterans are Reshaping American Entrepreneurship

These two groups have more in common than you might think.

Make a Personal Connection to Honor the Fallen This Memorial Day

Create Memorial Day traditions that truly recognize and appreciate the fallen.

These 12 Remarkable Veterans Changed Business Forever

Since World War II, military veterans have continuously innovated and created enduring businesses like no other group in America.

Why Veterans Take the Initiative to Explore Entrepreneurship

Military experience helps vetpreneurs find success once the uniform comes off.

Paths to the C-Suite: Career Tips for Veterans Based on LinkedIn Data

What do the CEOs of Nike, Johnson & Johnson, FedEx, and Verizon all have in common (and it’s not just that they lead some of the most well-known Fortune 500 companies)? They are veterans of the United States military. There is a strong business case for hiring veterans, not only for their soft skills and technical skills, but also their growth potential. Veterans have a demonstrated propensity for leadership, team building, critical thinking, and the ability to assess problems and make...

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