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Promised him his job when he returns from war.
And they kept their promise Andrew McCullough set off for Afghanistan in 2000 dead.
He didn't know what he would return and what would be in store when he got back but -- -- serving overseas.
And on the front lines by the way you return home.
In what was waiting for him.
That banking job had a chance to start at new exciting career with a great company joining us right now this incredible story that's happening thankfully a very often now.
Captain Andrew McCullough along with -- Berman.
Need -- -- the actor director of military and veteran affairs at JPMorgan Chase welcome to both here.
Thanks for him first how did you meet.
-- -- meet Andrew -- We -- yesterday over the phone but how -- how did you if I'm sorry I should say how did you first come across JPMorgan Chase.
Well I had a friend who -- there and done before when unemployment.
Muslim -- on the leaf and visited.
We'll visit my family.
And when JPMorgan and what trading floor she's going to see with these jobs who like -- CBP do it right do they do on a daily basis right and now vote as a block on the floor.
This is that people near his office nor do we knew we was.
He spoke for about five minutes.
And at the end of it he said you know and get back yet Marine Corps give -- job.
And like I -- I know -- was generally believed to be honest but I kept in touch with them -- I got back.
I interviewed in got a job so what did you -- -- on operations and investment bank.
Well so -- from the battlefield.
-- dusty sandy -- the windy and rainy.
To the tough world -- Wall Street.
Into what he traction I mean you're in charge -- part of this 100000 jobs mission JPMorgan Chase.
In other -- 29 other companies -- a hundred to hire a 100000 veterans -- -- what's the attraction to Marines -- -- like him.
The business imperative I mean when hander has done.
We can teach.
The functional skills -- -- -- teach had to do loan operations pomp it's the leadership is thought it's a work ethic it's a decision making brings to table.
We don't view that says we view this has the right thing to do what we also view this as a business comparative weren't a war for talent and we want folks like candor about work -- select the right of.
You know it's amazing with this program JPMorgan Chase specifically is hiring ten that's the day I -- every vet that applies -- to call back -- -- five business days.
Now Andrew you also said that you have feel like it tested the reading -- few buddies who -- -- to the Marines because they weren't sure they can get a job.
What's the message to them.
A little earlier now but messages.
-- -- good initiative out here with several companies trying to veterans' jobs so.
No I keep in touch events so the last you know what we -- -- -- what if he'll fit really.
-- -- I'll now -- and so is it true that you can apply what you learned in the Marines and values and ethics to the real world with a suit and high Def -- different obviously but.
You know still a quick learning.
And and picking on her feet just getting the job done so.
And for the most part -- we're shooting it.
Then I don't know so that's -- one of the best things that's or -- service and I love what you guys are doing in this part of this program manager and you have the neat and you have a great job as executive director.
Of military affairs for JPMorgan Chase and keep in touch -- -- it's going well if we need alone because most of our control room is -- out of money back and we take a shot at them and I.
-- and try to get them some money because they're flat out her -- few weeks applications.
She's been doing some application -- I could need -- Andrew McCullough thanks so much -- -- all right.
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