As we started researching Best Careers After Service, we discovered that factors like the overall mission of the organization and a support structure for veterans are often just as important as compensation and benefits.
"Service members lead busy lives between their daily routines and being on the move every few years for deployments and changing duty stations," says Jaspreet Chawla, vice president of membership at Navy Federal Credit Union. "We also know many service members get married and start families while they're serving, which makes managing finances even more complicated."
“By not having shareholders, credit unions can reinvest their earnings in the form of lower, reduced loan rates and higher earning rates on savings,” says Jaspreet Chawla, vice president of membership at Navy Federal Credit Union. “This creates a unique relationship that generally leads to more opportunities for members to engage with and have a voice in organizational decisions.”