Posted on Nov 14, 2014
SSG Peter Muse
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There's a lot going on in the lives of military members transitioning. Higher than population numbers for unemployment, disabilities, suicide, and other issues. Still, we remain highly desirable in terms of employability; or don't we? I have found that, even working in the DOD, there are many non-vet civilian employees who feel we are stealing their jobs and the jobs of their family members. I would love to hear some feedback from around the country because it's not the same everywhere.
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Edited 7 y ago
SSG Peter Muse, when I retired from the Army and transitioned into a DA civilian job, I was treated with nothing but respect. I've never heard an anti-veteran sentiment while working as a DA civilian. Maybe that's because I have worked with so many veterans throughout my civilian career (only eight-plus years so far).

And I'm not a muckety-muck ... I'm just a worker bee as a DA civilian. That's the story from here at Fort Meade and (previously) at the Pentagon.
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