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Why the Vetrepreneurial Odds are in Your Favor

By Lydia Davey
Special to In Military Education - Military1.com

Last year, I discovered it was easier to launch a business in one of the most expensive and competitive cities in the world than it was to find a job. My story is not unique. The ranks of veteran entrepreneurs, or vetrepreneurs, have grown to 2.4 million. Each year, we generate $1.22 trillion in sales receipts. Veterans are nearly twice as likely as civilians to start our own companies. We’re also twice as likely to succeed.

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Tips for Balancing Military Life and Your Education

Kristen Obst, Ph.D., Program Director for Public Admin & Security Mgmt, APUS Military life is hard, and we spouses have a big job in supporting our Soldiers/Sailors/Marines/Coasties/Airmen for years of deployments, training, and re-locations. But, that does not mean that we can’t set and achieve personal goals, including education goals.

New GI Bill Expands Veterans’ Educational Opportunities