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College after Combat - What Veterans Need to Know About College

Posted by Jason Hammel on Dec 15, 2011 2:34:00 PM

Combat veterans have a difficult transition to make from serving their country in active war zones, to assimilating back into civilian life. This process can often feel isolating and troublesome – veterans may find that the skill set that served them well on the battle field may not be as helpful in day-to-day civilian life.  Not to mention, unemployment rates in the U.S. are higher than ever, which can cause a combat veteran’s job search to become incredibly frustrating.  However, using this transition time to attend college after combat may be the best way to assimilate back into civilian life, while gaining the education and tools necessary to become more marketable in a competitive economy. 

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Topics: Military Friendly College, Degrees for Veterans, Military Education Benefits, Degrees for Adults, College after combat