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The U.S. Department of Labor is introducing 23 grants for a totaly $5,436,148 million, dedicated to providing homeless veterans job training in an effort to help them succeed professionally in the civilian sector.

“Too many of our veterans face difficulty making the transition from military service to the civilian labor force, and too many battle homelessness as a result,” says Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis. “These grants will help more than 3,000 veterans in communities across the country access the resources they need to find good jobs and build bright futures for themselves and their families.”

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