Military personnel clearly serve an invaluable role for the United States. Less obvious, perhaps, is that after their active duty ends, their diverse experiences, smarts and discipline—and training for high-pressure situations—are highly appealing to employers.
Which companies are serving veterans particularly well? Forbes’ upcoming list of America’s Best Employers For Veterans will help shed light on this—but first, we want your input.
In partnership with market research firm Statista, Forbes is surveying thousands of veterans to ask them what they like and don’t like about their jobs, including criteria ranging from salary and work atmosphere to health benefits and career development opportunities.
If you’re a veteran working for a company with at least 1,000 employees in the U.S., make your voice heard by taking the survey. Your answers will help inform our upcoming ranking.
The survey, open until October 9, takes just a few minutes and is completely anonymous. Forbes will publish the resulting rankings on November 7, the week of Veteran’s Day.
As with all Forbes lists, companies pay no fee to participate. For questions about this list, please contact listdesk (at) forbes.com.