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Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental AffairsIntroducedJuly 18th, 2013
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Military Reserve Jobs Act of 2013
A bill to establish a tiered hiring preference for members of the reserve components of the armed forces.
Military Reserve Jobs Act of 2013 - Grants hiring preferences for federal employment to members of a reserve component of the Armed Forces who: (1) have successfully completed officer candidate training or entry level and skill training and have incurred, or are performing, a 6-year commitment with a reserve component (3 point preference); (2) have completed at least 10 years of service with a reserve component and has earned at least 50 retirement points per year (4 point preference); or (3) are retired from service in a reserve component and are eligible for, but have not yet begun receiving, retired pay for non-regular service (5 point preference).