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Helping ex-military employees re-adjust to civilian life

Helping ex-military employees readjust to civilian life
5th August 2016

Helping ex-military employees re-adjust to civilian life

Servicemen and women can find the transition from the military to the civilian world a daunting experience. Finding the right type of work can go a long way to helping those who have worked for the military to re-adjust and settle back in to civilian life.

The construction sector has a variety of opportunities to suit ex-military people and organisations such as the Career Transition Partnership (CTP) are crucial to helping make this transition as easy as possible.

Interserve is currently building the new Defence National Rehabilitation Centre near Loughborough, a clinical rehabilitation facility for servicemen and women. Below is a behind-the-scenes interview with Mark Green, project manager at Interserve, about the development and those working on it. The video also includes ex-military employees, now working for Interserve on the project.

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