Today is Veteran’s Day, the day we recognize those who have served and who are serving in our armed forces.
With so much draw-down of troops out of Afghanistan and Iraq, many soldiers are returning home to their second careers. With almost 50% of these vets under age 34, they have less than the required time to pull a full pension. This means they are back in the job market.
Sperling’s BestPlaces has ranked the best cities across the United States for returning vets to find employment. In the following interview, Family First Editor-In-Chief Marijo Tinlin speaks with Ward Carroll, editor of Military.com and Scott Halliwell, Certified Financial Planner from USAA and the voice of USAA on VFW Radio Network.
What’s the number one city to live in if you are a vet? Listen and find out: