What it takes to help veterans find careers, not just jobs
from Michigan Radio
It's rarely easy making the transition from the military to a career in the civilian world. Jamie Hamming knows that. She was an Army combat medic between 1990 and 1995. Her tours included stints in Korea and Somalia. An army medic does a lot of surgery on the fly. There's no one-to-one civilian equivalent, so when Hamming left the service, she was considered unqualified or overqualified for all sorts of related occupations. So Hamming had little choice but to go back to school to pursue a nursing degree.
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