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  • On average veterans earn more than non-veterans in every state except Kentucky. (Image from Hill and Ponton, cropped and resized)

    These are the careers and states where veterans stand to make more than their civilian counterparts.

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Leaving the military for civilian life is a complex process. Our guide shows you everything you need to know, a step-by-step playbook for veterans transitioning into the civilian world.

  • Microsoft Military Affairs launches its Tech Transition Toolkit for veterans looking to get into technology careers. Joey Cruz, pictured, senior program manager at Microsoft, leads a 2018 class for Microsoft Software and Systems Academy, which shifted from in-person to virtual learning in March 2020 because of the pandemic. (Garland Cary/Microsoft)

    The largest software company in the world launched a toolkit on Veterans Day with resources and tips for veterans looking to transition into civilian tech careers during the pandemic.

  • A senior airman types on her keyboard, Sept. 30, 2017, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. (Airman 1st Class Erick Requadt/AIr Force)

    Comprehensive initiatives that address training, mentoring and networking opportunities are among the most effective programs helping veterans transition to a civilian career track, says the author of this commentary.

  • People watch the Veterans Day Parade on Nov. 11, 2019 in New York City. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    This Veterans Day, we can commit to serving one another in order to bring our country back from the brink of division, says the author of this commentary.

  • Charleston, South Carolina ranked number one on Navy Federal Credit Union's 2020

    Navy Federal Credit Union surveyed more than 1,000 vets and civilians to find the best cities for transitioning veterans.

  • A customer wearing a face mask walks past a

    BLS estimated that 5.5 percent of vets nationwide were looking for work last month.

  • Soldiers with the Georgia Army National Guard operate a health care call center in Augusta, Ga., on April 9, 2020. (Staff Sgt. Amy King/Army)

    The Solid Start program contacted about 70,000 veterans through the first nine months of operations.

  • U.S. Air Force pararescuemen jump out of a Colombian Casa C-295 aircraft during a multinational jump with Colombian, Peruvian and Dominican special operations forces during exercise Angel de los Andes on Sept. 4, 2018. (U.S. Defense Department)

    When members of highly motivated and mission-focused teams leave the military, they often struggle to find a new purpose in life.

  • The owner of a California trucking school this week was sentenced to four years in prison for a GI Bill fraud scheme. (Getty Images)

    The driving school owner collected tuition payments from VA despite not providing classes to dozens of veterans.

  • An Airman Leadership School instructor discusses online with students. (Senior Airman Christopher Quail/Air Force)

    Completing a college degree can be a daunting task, but finding a right online program sets up students for success, says the author of this commentary.

  • A man walks past Low Library on the Columbia University campus on March 9, 2020, in New York. (Mark Lennihan/AP)

    Lawmakers moved the expiration of the coronavirus changes from December to late 2021.

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