OMJ-CinHam finds work for 48 veterans

veteranshiringThe Cincinnati/Hamilton County center of OhioMeansJobs found jobs for 48 military veterans during the month of October. That’s a quarter of all the veterans placed in jobs statewide.

The Office of Workforce Development set a statewide challenge of hiring 200 veterans during the month. Our employees certainly helped exceed that goal.

“We have worked hard to put processes in place to identify veterans, to continue providing Priority of Service to veterans, to build strong partnerships and most importantly to provide innovative and collaborative ways to assist our customers,” said Kevin Holt, section chief, told his team. “Thank you all for the hard work and efforts.”

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by Ashley Woods

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