Veteran caregivers enrolled in the Department of Veterans Affairs' stipend program and students using the Fry Scholarship can now get a free year of LinkedIn Premium, thanks to a newly extended partnership between the company and the VA. LinkedIn's Premium accounts typically cost $29.99 per month, or $299.88 if you sign up for a full year, and bring access to a variety of features, including career courses, upgraded connections to recruiters and the ability to view who is looking at your profile. Veterans also qualify for a free year of the service. Read more about the new discount on Military.com.
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