As a recovering employment group, former military personnel may have trouble re-acclimating to civilian life, finding employment and getting back into the swing of a normal routine. In order to assist these people with a return to the ordinary, Monster, a high-performance audio technology manufacturer, has launched an initiative to help businesses get money to hire military veterans.

Daily Finance wrote that Best Buy has signed an exclusive deal with Monster to carry their DNA Camo headphones, modeled like a standard pair of their designer headphones but detailed with a camouflage pattern. Each one sold will provide a donation to the "Hire A Vet" program, a campaign specifically targeting the employment needs of retired military workers.

Backed by Spike TV and Viacom, the Hire A Vet program has helped thousands of veterans get connected with interested employers. The re-acclimation process is made far easier by grounding these former personnel in civilian jobs that give them income and social interactions outside the scope of what they've had to deal with in the past.

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