Military Veterans Are Moving Into Information Technology Industry [INFOGRAPHIC]

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In last few years number of unemployed has increased in each and every part of the world. It’s increasing at such a rapid pace that is even unstoppable now. Even many army veterans have also jumped in the job search field. This has made the competition higher as many of the companies give preference to army veterans.

Taking the view of all those perspective, Payscale.com has prepared an Infographic which highlights salary, vet-friendly employers, and new tax-credits for army veterans. Infographic highlights that wounded veterans will get tax credit of $9,600 while returning heroes will get the tax credit of $5,600. Most tax programs are set-up to handle the various different tax credits, although it may be worthwhile to find a w4 tax calculator as well. In the field of job if they choose to join than veterans from Technical background might get salary up to $91,000 as Program Manager while if they choose to be an IT consultant then they might get salary up to $74,000. Comparatively, working as a technical writer they may remuneration of $53,400 followed by Field Service Engineer $62,400.

Infographic enlightens that various multinational companies like Microsoft, CISCO networking hires veterans.

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Personally, I feel, reason behind hiring army veterans, is their discipline and zeal to do work. Also, they are comparatively more loyal than other employees and turn out as a real assets for their company.

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