Military Vets Can Now Use NetVet to Navigate Civilian Job Market

By: Jonathon Brown - Published: Nov 30, 2012 • References: vetnethq & psfk
Google+ has created a way for military vets to become re-integrated into everyday society with the creation of

VetNet is a social network that uses Google+ as the platform to help military vets find jobs, gain valuable skills training, talk to other veterans as well as industry professionals.

Much of the challenges faced by military vets after a tour of duty come from the stark contrast of the responsibilities of civilian life versus those within the military structure. They go from being in a highly regimented environment where they are tasked with specific missions and objectives to being totally free to move about, yet tasked with tons of different options. This change can be daunting to say the least.

This project is a collaboration between several veterans organizations and is completely free to military vets. Stats for Post-Military Employment Networks Trending: Older & Chilly
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