In 2020, the world was thrown upon its axis at the onset of a global pandemic. As many of us began to worry about the outcome, terms such as social distancing and quarantine became the new norm as we adjusted to a world of uncertainty. As a result, many individuals were forced to file for unemployment assistance, and many businesses were forced to close their doors due to the limited customer interactions. As the world has returned to a relative state of normalcy, many people have begun to re-enter the working world. While some have found employment with relative ease, some have encountered difficulty due to skills that are either outdated or limited. Among these are veterans.