Vets Face Uphill Battle in Return to Work Force Veterans bearing physical and emotional scars from Iraq and Afghanistan are returning home and back to work. However, too often both they, and their employers, aren't ready.
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Vets Face Uphill Battle in Return to Work Force

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Vets Face Uphill Battle in Return to Work Force

Vets Face Uphill Battle in Return to Work Force

Vets Face Uphill Battle in Return to Work Force

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Veterans bearing physical and emotional scars from Iraq and Afghanistan are returning home and back to work. However, too often both they, and their employers, aren't ready.

Guests:

Bob Hartwig, chief economist with the Insurance Information Institute

Dean Eichelberger, veterans representative at the Willmar WorkForce Center

Drew Meyers, president of RecruitMilitary.com