Groundbreaking Qualitative Research Study Released That Answers the Billion-Dollar Military Transition Problem
Published: October 14, 2021 at 4:02 p.m. CDT
DALLAS, October 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The ambitious VET networkan online personal and professional development community for post-9/11 veterans, announced the release of a two-year research study in partnership with the University of Texas at San Antonio. This milestone is a major milestone for The Ambitious VET Network. The research highlights the need for more than the immediate transition tools currently provided to our country’s post-9/11 veterans, as well as the need for a strong sense of community for them to achieve their goals and aspirations in their post-military life.
- Overview of data on how to improve the behavioral health of veterans after 9/11.
- Education and training gaps to provide veterans with the meaningful career, emotional intelligence and purpose they seek.
- Perspective and raw data on why immediate transition tools fail after 9/11 veterans’ long-term goals and aspirations.
- Essential information backed by data to increase the interpersonal skills, self-management, and relationships (professional and personal) of post-9/11 veterans, resulting in increased communication skills, productivity, and retention.
- Why veteran suicides, job loss, depression and homelessness are still on the rise despite BILLIONS of dollars allocated to the problems.
“Change is a FACT of life. Transition is a CHOICE. The Ambitious VET Network provides just that. A BETTER CHOICE for our post 9/11 veterans to successfully transition from military service through connection, camaraderie and professional development.This white paper provides the data. Chris Hoffman and the Ambitious VET Network provides the answers,” said CDR Dennis Volpe, USN (retired).
This news follows many of the company’s recent initiatives and achievements, including a 30% increase in its user base since February and announced in the Forbes Next 1000 Class of 2021.
“We appreciate Chris and his team for sharing their vision and drive with our students and allowing them to be part of this meaningful and goal-oriented project,” commented Dr. Bruce Stanfill, professor of management practice at UTSA. “I’m sure they will remember this experience with pride for many years to come.”
To download the research study, visit https://www.ambitiousvetnetwork.com/.
About the Ambitious VET Network
The Ambitious VET Network is committed to improving military veteran performance, improving retention, and fueling post-9/11 veterans’ need to thrive in the post-military market.
The company does this through podcasts, programs, tips, workshops, conferences, events, and a fun online learning platform for ambitious vets. Since 2017, Ambitious VET Network has built a community of over 14,000 users, over 5,000 hours of on-demand content, and graduated over 50 veterans from its leadership development programs.
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