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Insatiable Thirst for Knowledge Key Strength for Veterans!

Obtaining a formal education beyond high school has become a must for those who are looking to build a solid career in the civilian sector. There was a time when this was not the case, you could graduate from high school, spend time in the military, separate and be able to find a meaningful job that would allow you to be able live a comfortable life based on the skills you obtained while serving our Country.
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