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In terms of unemployment services, the Department of Veterans Affairs works primarily with veterans with disabilities to help them bridge the gap both in education and in employment skills and seeking-employment skills. We also have in the Veterans Benefits Administration an education program, the post-9/11 GI bill, which is for all veterans who served post-9/11 irrespective of disabilities. So even able-bodied veterans who need skills to actually compete for good jobs in the community can go to school. They receive tuition payments, a dollar amount to apply towards books, and they also receive a monthly stipend to help with their living expenses while they're in school.
Also, a partner organization to the Department of Veterans Affairs is the Department of Labor. The Department of Labor has disabled veterans outreach, but also a program for non-disabled veterans. They help them with specific job placements. Veterans who come to them who may not have another benefit accessible to them are eligible for the Department of Labor benefit too, and they will help them with finding a job and getting a job as well.