First Lady Seeks Jobs For Veterans

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Opening another front in her nearly year-old campaign to support military families, First Lady Michelle Obama unveiled a push for jobs on or near military bases.


She also announced plans to mark the Joining Forces campaign's first anniversary with a two-day, four-state swing next week that will include stops in election battleground states Pennsylvania and Florida and a chat with comedian Stephen Colbert on his show "The Colbert Report."

The Joining Forces organization said it had lined up commitments for more than 15,000 jobs in the coming years. Most will come from telemarketing and customer support companies and will enable spouses and veterans to work from home.



 

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