Most believe that recent veterans of war have a tough time finding work when they return home. A new Monmouth University poll say that 8-in-10 New Jerseyans say that veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan have a difficult time landing a job when they return home. About 71 percent of residents believe that at least one-quarter of those who served will suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder. Specifically, 52% of Garden State residents say that private employers should be able to consider the fact that a returning vet has PTSD when deciding whether to hire him or her.
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