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Goal: 10,000 Progress: 4,106
Sponsored by: The Veterans Site

What if every military veteran had a job waiting for him the moment he stepped off duty? There are myriad employers within the American labor sector that are prepared to hire veterans — but many of these employers don't have the capabilities to connect themselves with the veteran community.

For those returning from service, finding employment can be a burdensome and discouraging task. It's up to the Department of Labor to reach out to employers interested in hiring veterans and help them connect to the veteran community. This means retaining close relationships with prospective employers, keeping track of separating service members and matching them with employment relevant to their skills, and providing separating service members with resources and information about employers who are hiring.

Tell the Department of Labor it must implement better programs and initiatives to connect separating service members to employment opportunities.

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Dear Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis,

I am writing to you today on behalf of all of our American service members returning home from duty as well as those who will return home in the future. Their honorable service in the military is critical to the safety of our country, and that's why they shouldn't have to worry about how to get by at home when they have finished fulfilling their duties.

It's the task of the Department of Labor to connect veterans with employers relevant to their skills. There are myriad employers interested in hiring veterans, but who are having a hard time finding ways to connect with the veteran community. The Department of Labor must improve its efforts to help these entities find each other.

We know there are industries that are hungry to employ veterans, and we know there are veterans who are hungry to start working — it's your job to do the rest.

Sincerely,

Petition Signatures


Sep 22, 2017 Carol Kelling
Sep 22, 2017 Rilla Heslin
Sep 11, 2017 Averill Waterhouse
Sep 6, 2017 Sandy Amador
Aug 16, 2017 Alanna Reuben
Aug 10, 2017 Gil Hackel
Aug 7, 2017 danielle jacques
Aug 6, 2017 Sharon Sutton
Aug 6, 2017 Melissa Aguirre
Aug 3, 2017 Corinne Kissell
Jul 30, 2017 Goldie Antelman
Jul 30, 2017 Walter Cibulski
Jul 27, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Jul 14, 2017 Fern Swecker
Jul 9, 2017 Maria Jesus Escobedo Barrera
Jul 5, 2017 RICKY SLOAN
Jul 4, 2017 Paola Moretti
Jun 22, 2017 Cynthia Super
Jun 20, 2017 Stacy Wykle
Jun 15, 2017 silvia urban
Jun 15, 2017 Karen Schulz
Jun 14, 2017 Betty Kowall
Jun 14, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Jun 11, 2017 Dorothy Bruce
Jun 11, 2017 Bonnie Moncada This is needed and deserved for thevets that go to school!!
Jun 11, 2017 frank lamonica
Jun 11, 2017 Maria Emilia Tenreiro-Moon
Jun 11, 2017 (Name not displayed) My son and son-in-law are both veterans. they needed this when they came home and yes they have went to school but that was after their unemployment ran out. Some people have families to support when they come home they should be continued.
Jun 11, 2017 Sherry Levy
Jun 10, 2017 Joyce Haskins
Jun 10, 2017 Carol Baker
Jun 10, 2017 Richard Bennett
Jun 9, 2017 Laura White
Jun 9, 2017 Beth Smith
Jun 9, 2017 James Deschene
Jun 7, 2017 Misty Roe
Jun 7, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Jun 7, 2017 Brittany Smales
Jun 6, 2017 Hazel Lehman
Jun 6, 2017 Joy Hall They deserve more than they recieve. My tax dollars should be spent better.
Jun 5, 2017 Toby Cardoso
Jun 5, 2017 Kenneth Horowitz
Jun 4, 2017 Gabi Sorrell
Jun 2, 2017 terri wentworth
Jun 1, 2017 Robert Morris
May 27, 2017 Kelly Louis you just hire negroes to sell crack you fuck non traditional students and volunteer veterans you stupid bulldagger
May 27, 2017 Jessica Hendershot
May 26, 2017 Roni Friedman Cheris This needs to start right now ! Today !
May 21, 2017 Adam Fransella
May 20, 2017 Sherrie Collins

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