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  • The 2012 Veteran Talent Index

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    McLean, VA.  and Maynard, MA. –®, the worldwide leader in successfully connecting people to job opportunities and the flagship brand of  Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: MWW), today released its biannual Veterans Talent Index (VTI), a snapshot of the current veteran hiring landscape.  The first-ever VTI was introduced and published in November 2011 as an innovative tool to help connect veterans and employers more effectively. This se... more

  • Updated for 2016: GI Bill Rates

    Every year GI Bill rates increase based on the Consumer Price Index as calculated by the government. Based on these calculations, the VA has released the Fiscal Year 2016 GI Bill rates. These rates are effective from October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016. For more details, see this article. more

  • Active Duty Education Resources

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    Active Duty Education Benefits User's Guide Active duty military service offers a lot of education benefits, but trying to use them can be confusing. This compact user's guide will help you to use your education benefits wisely and get the most bang for your benefits buck. Active Duty GI Bill User's Guide Use this user's guide to make the most of... more

  • Latest Veteran Talent Index Indicates High Confidence in Veterans

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    Monster (NYSE: MWW) and have released the results of their most recent national Veterans Talent Index (VTI), indicating confidence is up on the part of veterans and employers.  The overall veteran unemployment rate is half that of the rate in 2011, which was nearly 10 percent. According to the VTI, a comprehensive analysis of transitioning military service members, veterans, and their employers, two-thirds of employers repo... more

  • 10 Reasons to Get Your Degree Now!

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    You've earn it. Military service can earn you several education benefits, including the GI Bill and Tuition Assistance. If you have enough time in service to have earned GI Bill benefits, you may be eligible for full tuition coverage and a monthly living stipend. If you are still on active duty, you can use either the GI Bill or your Tuition Assistance, which is worth up to $4,500 a year and can pay up to 100% of your tuition cost... more

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