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With veteran unemployment falling to 3.9% in November 2021, national attention is shifting to veteran underemployment. Veterans are considered underemployed when their skills are not being fully utilized, leaving them struggling to make ends meet or to feel like they’re meeting their full potential. The rate of veteran underemployment is much higher, around 15%, and is also much higher than that of their civilian counterparts. (Continue reading here…)

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