Veteran transition and military separation news, advice and career resources for veterans.
Student loan forgiveness is a perk that can be offered to federal employees, as well as some local, state, tribal or not-for-profit government entities.
If you’re making the military-to-civilian transition, there are a number of benefits to working for the federal government.
The Mission Continues is helping veterans bridge the gap between their service and their communities. And it’s helping their careers get on track in the process.
Some veterans may find themselves with a trifecta of healthcare benefits available at retirement. Learn more about how TRICARE, Federal Employee Health Benefits, and Medicare work together.
If you do your own taxes, recording TRICARE health insurance coverage can be a little tricky. Here’s what you need to know.
Open lines of communication between employer and employee are critical if you’re balancing part-time military service in the National Guard or Reserve with a civilian career.
A select number of mobilized reservists are finding they don’t have the GI Bill benefits they thought they’d earned during deployment.
If you’re interested in pursuing a new career path but aren’t interested in careers requiring a four-year degree, consider these growing jobs that require only an associate’s degree.
Interested in working for a company who’s committed to hiring vets, and also on the move? If you’re looking for a transportation career, consider one with the railroad.
For many veterans, the mission doesn’t stop when they return home. The Mission Continues is helping veterans give back through community service.
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