Next week is Veterans’ Day, and here at Hillier Ignite we will be focusing on trends among veterans’ jobs, health, and families all next week. However, we want to focus on the president’s recent statement in preparation for November 11th, where he alludes to the veteran job crisis.
As we pay tribute to our veterans, we are mindful that no ceremony or parade can fully repay that debt. We remember that our obligations endure long after the battle ends, and we make it our mission to give them the respect and care they have earned. When America’s veterans return home, they continue to serve our country in new ways, bringing tremendous skills to their communities and to the workforce — leadership honed while guiding platoons through unbelievable danger, the talent to master cutting-edge technologies, the ability to adapt to unpredictable situations. These men and women should have the chance to power our economic engine, both because their talents demand it and because no one who fights for our country should ever have to fight for a job.
What are you doing for Veterans’ Day?