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The unemployment rate for veterans who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces at any time since September 2001 declined to 3.8 percent in 2018 (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 2018). This figure is significantly less than the peak rates in 2011 previously held at 9.9% unemployment. Part of this success rate is due in part to Internal R

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Veteran employees will be able to use working credit as tax exemptions to provide hiring opportunities including the people who have disabilities. H.R 3550 incentives certain organizations to hire veterans by the exemption of taxes to those who work employ them. Along with an economic and moral standard, this bill provides proper financial security that could ultimately be used for rehabilitation and medical treatment. Voting yes on H.R. 3550 is a vote for heroes, our soldiers are the individuals who put their lives at risk for the safety and security of our country. It is time we repay the favor and provide them our job services.

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Help unemployed veterans get back on their feet and into the workforce. Let's make the unemployment rates for our heroes disappear.

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