Much to the surprise of the public, a vast number of post-9/11 US military veterans have successfully attained higher education and economic stability over the last 10+ years. AEI’s Rebecca Burgess explains that despite this positive outlook for America’s military, public perception has cast many of these brave men and women in a “broken veteran” narrative that hinders countless others from succeeding back on the home front.
ARTICLE — Veterans snapshot, 2017 https://goo.gl/U7UZD6
ARTICLE — Empowering veterans in civilianhood: Reshaping the narrative through the VET OPP Act https://goo.gl/hMWKNz
2018 Veterans Well-Being Survey https://goo.gl/LrXEmN
How are 9/11-Era Veterans Faring in the Modern Economy? A Quantitative Study by Sex, Race, and Ethnicity 2005-2015 https://goo.gl/kvskQz
I am a post-9/11 student veteran https://goo.gl/MCFawx
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