Employment opportunities are open for former U.S. military service men and women. Some of these jobs utilize the skills and training that these military personnel possess, such as police work and security jobs. Other jobs, meanwhile, are out of left field, like entrepreneurs. It goes without saying that many U.S. companies are open to hiring those who were formerly in active duty, like a huge software company that vowed to hire these heroes and bring them into the field of information technology.
Unfortunately, some veterans who may be willing to join the employment sector are unable to because of a condition sustained while they were on active duty. Their injury limits their physical or mental ability to be gainfully employed. For this reason, veterans are recommended to turn to disability benefits lawyers to help them apply for compensation so they can continue to support their dependents via the Service-Connected Disability Compensation.
Illnesses and injuries include post-traumatic stress disorder or PSTD, Gulf War syndrome, brain injury, depression, respiratory conditions, skin conditions, vision or hearing loss, heart or cardiovascular complications, and others. Applying for Service-Connected Disability Compensation should be coursed through the Veterans Affairs regional office nearest to their residence. Those who wish to apply should also take note of the evidence requirements, such as medical and hospital records that verify their condition.