How companies can provide more opportunities for unemployed veterans

When Lieutenant Commander Bill Reynolds retired from the Navy in 2012 after 30 years of active service, he didn’t know what the term ‘business casual’ meant, much less how to apply for the jobs that required it.’I had to Google it,’ Reynolds says. ‘I got so used to wearing the uniform.’When Reynolds first joined the military in 1982, he enlisted as a hospital corpsman, and went on to serve as the only medical provider on submarines. After completing a Navy-sponsored Physician Assistant program, he’d spend the last 15 years of his military career serving as a PA through deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.

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