Google Helps Military Members Find Jobs After Service


FT. LEONARD WOOD, Mo. — Google is helping those with ties to the military base find jobs after their service.

The mega-corporation is doing so in multiple ways.

One is allowing service members to use a specialty code in Google search to find jobs matching their skill sets.

Another is allowing locally-owned veterans businesses to stand out, in searches and Google Maps.

And, Google will provide a $2.5 billion grant which will help military personnel, their spouses and veterans transitioning out of service and gain an IT support professional certificate.

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