Iraq Veterans Launch RallyPoint: A LinkedIn For The Military (And Life After)

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http://techcrunch.com – In spite of the commitment the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces have made to their country, and the lip service paid to veterans and current service men and women during elections season, the state of veteran affairs in the U.S. still leaves much to be desired. As Semil pointed out in a post this weekend, when it comes to re-entering the workforce and post-military training, veterans don’t always find equal opportunity. According to The Bureau of Labor Statistics, while the unemployment rate among U.S. veterans has dropped to 8.3 percent, it still sits above the national average, (IT news)