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Veterans In Business


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It is my opinion that 3/4 of Veterans, who are in business, operate alone because of their uncompensated PTSD, until they collapse.

Corporations, such as Boeing, have discontinued parts orders. These large Corporations have decided to order large multi-components elements so that Veterans cannot compete for parts contracts. Then Boeing, places insurmountable requirements on these Veterans business.

Boeing inspection Persons, will contract to set a Veteran up with ISO 9002 for a large fee, but they will not guarantee that you will pass Boeing's Audit. More bucks required here.

Duke Cunningham, helped Boeing to defeat California Veterans in business. In the last two years Boeing has put a disclaimer on their site that it does not discriminate against Veterans. What a laugh at the expense of Veterans and Disabled Veterans.

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US Census Bureau excerpt:

http://www.census.gov/Press-Release/www/re...hip/007537.html

Business owners are highly educated, 3-in-10 are over 55 and 14 percent are veterans

In 2002, 64 percent of business owners had at least some college education at the time they started or acquired ownership in their business, 23 percent had a bachelor’s degree and 17 percent had a graduate degree. Just over 1-in-4 owners had a high school education or less.

Thirty-one percent of owners were more than 55 years of age, 29 percent were between 45 and 54, and 24 percent were between 35 and 44. Only 2 percent of owners were less than 25 years of age.

Fourteen percent of business owners in 2002 were veterans; 73 percent of those operated with no paid employees. Nearly 7 percent of veteran business owners were disabled as a result of injury incurred or aggravated during active military service.

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