Figure 13-14.Transfer to the USNR and Release to Inactive Duty of USN Personnel, NAVPERS 1910/29.
principal task is to assist job seekers find employment,
with no charge for the service.
Service gives veterans priority in referrals to suitable
jobs and training. Disabled veterans have preference
over all other applicants. Veterans who are not ready for
work can receive job training, counseling, and work
aptitude testing. They can also obtain information on
careers, skill training, and the types of jobs available in
the local area. Each office has a Veterans Employment
representative who is ready to assist veterans with
special employment problems or questions.
addresses of local offices can be obtained from any post
office, the state employment agency at the state capital,
or the telephone book listed under U.S. Government.
The veteran may be entitled to reemployment in a
position held prior to his/her service in the Armed Forces
or to a job with like seniority, status, and pay.