Not sure about your circumstances but I initiated a couple of hardship releases when I was an AGR readiness NCO. Both soldiers were getting released due to financial reasons so they could go Active Duty. When a soldier would come to me with a financial issue due to either no job or low paying job I would try and put that soldier in contact with Guard members that owned or managed a business. Also some soldiers worked at good paying jobs and those businesses were hiring. I feel that no soldier in the Guard or Reserves should be without a full time job, if needed, especially with the sheer number of individuals that serve.
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