Hiring Our Heroes (HOH) has been aggressively continuing its Year Of The Military Spouse 2016 campaign in a number of different and exciting ways.
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Hiring Our Heroes job fair brings big veteran turnout to PNC Parkby Jason CatoPittsburgh Tribune-Review
Paul Goldsmith served his country, working on a mechanic crew and maintenance detail in an Army field artillery group. On Tuesday, he used his status as a veteran to...
When Hiring Our Heroes (HOH) began in March of 2011, the employment outlook for military families was exceptionally bleak. The country’s economy was on shaky ground, and the veteran population in some demographics had an unemployment rate of more than 20 percent.
As Hiring Our Heroes rolls through 2016, already preparing to close out a very active February, our “Year of the Military Spouse” efforts are in full swing around the country and internationally as well.
Marines Confront A Four-Letter Word
by Don Esmond
— “Fear” is a word I’ve rarely heard from my fellow Marines. But it was mentioned frequently by senior officers and non-commissioned officers at a recent seminar at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton...
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Hiring Our Heroes is proud to announce the Year of the Military Spouse throughout our organization. Capitalizing on the great work that has been done thus far in our program, we will make 2016 a year of renewed focus and energy on supporting our military spouses.
Nearly five years ago, at the height of the veteran unemployment crisis, Hiring Our Heroes was founded on the simple concept of connecting veterans with companies that valued their skills and military service.