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November 9, 2018 — Veterans Day Edition
Ahead of Veterans Day on Sunday, tech companies are demonstrating how they are helping military veterans adjust to civilian life and train for the jobs that are available in the innovation economy.
Following Tuesday's election results, we urged both parties to work together in the next Congress to find common ground. We look forward to working with incoming and returning members alike to advance many shared goals to move our economy and country forward.
Tech was also at work this week in helping to ensure voters' voices were heard on Election Day, as Lyft and Uber offered free or discounted rides to those heading to the polls. See more below.
What we're saying
What we're reading
Comcast NBCUniversal Expands Military Hiring Goal to 21,000 by 2021 | Comcast Stories
Hiring Military Veterans | Amazon
Accenture Veteran Technology Training Program | Accenture Careers
Supporting Our Military Service Members and Their Spouses | Grow with Google
Update on Uber Drives the Vote | Uber Newsroom
Education, Gender, and Work: How to Prepare for the Future | Blog by Upwork CEO Stephane Kasriel | Medium
What we're watching
Veterans and Dell Technologies | Dell Technologies
Serving Veterans and Military Families | Microsoft Military Affairs
The Technology 202 Live: One-on-One with eBay CEO Devin Wenig | The Washington Post
TechNet in the news
Transitions | POLITICO Morning Tech