Hiring unemployed veterans | 57 Seconds

The men and women who have served our country in the armed forces have made great sacrifices. When their service is over, it's our responsibility to help build a bridge back to civilian life.

57 Seconds with Senator Joe Fain.

The men and women who have served our country in the armed forces have made great sacrifices. When their service is over, it’s our responsibility to help build a bridge back to civilian life.

With joblessness higher among veterans in Washington than the overall United States, the Legislature created a new incentive for businesses to hire unemployed veterans with the goal of reducing the veteran unemployment rate by 30 percent.

Learn more about the new program going into effect on October 1st in the newest edition of 57 Seconds.

 

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