VeteranAid.org Announces 2016 Veterans Benefits Scholarship Winners
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VeteranAid.org Announces 2016 Veterans Benefits Scholarship Winners

Three college students were selected for their innovative proposals to improve the lives of senior veterans and the benefits offered to them. VeteranAid.org today announced the winners of their first annual scholarship program for American students enrolled in an accredited two-year college or four-year university program. Of the nearly 100 students who applied from 78 different schools nationwide, only…

All the Veteran Benefits You Need in Arizona
Jobs and Businesses, Military Families, Tips for Caregivers and Seniors, Veterans News

All the Veteran Benefits You Need in Arizona

With more than 528,000 veterans living in Arizona, the state is home to more than 24% of the nation’s veteran population. Approximately half of these veterans are age 65 and older, and Arizona veterans can access numerous support programs for veterans, through both state and non-profit organizations. If you’re living in the Sonoran Desert, you’ll…

Is There a Gender Gap in the U.S. Military?
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Is There a Gender Gap in the U.S. Military?

In the United States, women and men theoretically face similar opportunities in their careers, with women able to serve in almost 100% of positions in the workforce. However, studies still show that women still face a substantial gender gap in salary, with women earning around 20% less than men doing the same job. And, while…

5 Helpful Financial Tools for Military Members
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5 Helpful Financial Tools for Military Members

Military members and their families experience a unique set of circumstances, including an often-limited budget, unforeseen expenses from moves, or emergencies while a member of the family is deployed. The good news is there are multiple resources to help servicemembers make the most of their current finances, avoid debt, and handle life’s unexpected challenges. Below…

Becoming a Military Lawyer
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Becoming a Military Lawyer

If you have an interest in both the law and serving in the U.S. military, you could be the ideal candidate to become a Judge Advocate General, or “JAG.” Military lawyers handle the same types of cases as civilian lawyers – both civil and criminal – with the addition of military law issues, and their…

Working from Home: Tips for Military Spouses
Military Families

Working from Home: Tips for Military Spouses

As a military spouse, you mostly likely knew that a life “married to the military” would include frequent relocations, lots of change, and even extended periods of time when your spouse would be away on deployment. While you accepted these challenges, you probably also quickly realized how this lifestyle can be particularly challenging on a…

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