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The Surprising Ways Some Veterans Are Re-Imagining Their Careers After Service
Transitioning from military to civilian life is never easy. In addition to the physical and emotional consequences of more than a decade of war, veterans also must also endure a massive career change and contend against the prevailing stereotype for where they fit into civilian society.
This article, originally published on-line at The Washington Post, explores the ways some veterans are re-imagining their careers after service, despite those obstacles.