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Jan C. Scruggs, visits the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, Monday, Nov. 9, 2015. Scruggs, who led efforts to build the memorial on the National Mall, is calling for a national memorial for Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, even though violence in those countries is still claiming the lives of service members. The Commemorative Works Acts stipulates that a decade must pass before work can begin on a memorial, but supporters of the idea say the war on terror may never end. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

(Bloomberg)–Almost a third of U.S. veterans in civilian jobs hide their war injuries from employers and many downplay their military service to get along with co-workers, according to a new study by the Center for Talent Innovation.

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