March 18, 2013
JACKSON— People with military training or spouses of active duty military may find it easier to obtain licenses and certifications for jobs thanks to a bill signed by Gov. Phil Bryant today.
Senate Bill 2419 will help qualified military spouses quickly obtain licenses for many professions such as teaching, accounting, cosmetology, engineering and real estate brokerage. Licenses for physicians, nurses, dentists, dieticians and other medical jobs are also included. The bill will also allow individuals with military training to count their experience toward requirements for job licenses, certifications and registrations.
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