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Frustrated with the grim job market in 2008, Jerame Ayers took matters into his own hand to create jobs for himself and other veterans. Academy for Professional Development was established in 2014 for veterans to use their training and experience to prepare students for careers in the medical, military, and security fields. (Linda S. Zhang/lzhang@modbee.com)
Frustrated with the grim job market in 2008, Jerame Ayers took matters into his own hand to create jobs for himself and other veterans. Academy for Professional Development was established in 2014 for veterans to use their training and experience to prepare students for careers in the medical, military, and security fields. (Linda S. Zhang/lzhang@modbee.com)

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UPDATED January 27, 2016 11:48 PM

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