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Veterans, employers work to combat unemployment

10:54 AM, May 27, 2013
Veteran Dan Urmanski, a premises technician with AT&T U-verse, walks back to his vehicle after checking a signal for a customer in De Pere on Tuesday, May 21, 2013.
Veteran Dan Urmanski, a premises technician with AT&T U-verse, walks back to his vehicle after checking a signal for a customer in De Pere on Tuesday, May 21, 2013.
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A customer needed help. After a quick and courteous response, Dan Urmanski closed the door on his service van and disappeared into a De Pere home to solve the problem.

Urmanski is a U.S. Army and Army Reserve veteran who served as a food service specialist and combat medic in the military. Now, he is a field premise technician with AT&T U-verse, a job he's held since 2008.

"A lot of my work skills had nothing to do with AT&T, but being military is what got me hired," he said. "They gave me the chance I needed to succeed." ...

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