Tyson Foods has entered into a partnership with the United States Army in an effort to employ more soldiers as they transition into civilian life.
The diversified meat, poultry and food company has agreed to participate in the U.S. Army Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) , which guarantees soldiers a job interview and possible employment after their service in the military is over.
Antonio Johnson, marketing analyst for the U.S. Army, told 5 News that the transition from military to civilian life can be difficult, and programs such as this one are very valuable.
The Army’s PaYS program has more than 600 partners, with Tyson Foods, the largest broiler company in the United States, becoming the 82nd Fortune 500 company to join.
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