Did you know that veterans are 45% more likely to start their own business than nonveterans? And one in 10 small businesses in the U.S. are owned by veterans?
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that veterans are such an entrepreneurial group. The military does more than teach specific skills and trades. It offers service members the opportunity to develop leadership skills, discipline, resilience and passion — qualities that give vets an edge when it comes to taking a risk like starting a business.
Of course, making the transition to civilian life isn’t always simple. But as a veteran, you have access to a variety of benefits and resources if you choose to start your own business. These advantages can help you kick off the next phase of your professional life and stay on the path to success.
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