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As part of its mission to improve the equity for rural Veterans, VA’s Office of Rural Health has developed targeted initiatives to improve the recruitment and retention of rural health care providers and researchers.
If you’re ready to start your human resources (HR) career, apply to VA’s HR Specialist Training and Accelerated Readiness (HR STAR) program.
When you’re choosing a career, you're looking for something with stability. You want to know that your job isn’t going anywhere, that you can keep supporting yourself and your family.
As a member of our team, you can help research treatments and solutions, expand the evidence base for effective solutions and help disseminate that information on PTSD.
Mackenzie Beeman is an intermediate care technician, and she shares how she discovered the program and what it means to her to continue serving.
Whether helping a Veteran recover from surgery or increasing their mobility, your career as a physical therapist at VA will always be rewarding.
As a military spouse, your resiliency and adaptability make you a great fit for VA, and the Military Spouse Employment Partnership can pave the way.
VA offers numerous career opportunities for Veterans, not just on National Hire a Veteran Day but every day. See what we have to offer.
As determined by the nonprofit Partnership for Public Service, VA has been named as one of the government’s top five best places to work.
Leaving the service can be difficult for transitioning military personnel, so take this advice from those who have made the leap to civilian careers.
Recruitment and retention of top talent is a priority at VA. With our mission to serve those who have served, we know our Veterans deserve nothing less than the best care we can provide.
From exceptional benefits to advanced technology, from education support to leadership opportunities, here are the top 10 reasons why we work at VA.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified responders for confidential help. Many of
them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated August 15, 2022
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