Unlike Apple, IBM understands what it takes to put America first.
IBM and President Trump agreed to a deal this past week that will see the company provide over 2,000 jobs to American veterans.
To date, Trump has managed to convince Carrier, Ford, and several other companies to create additional jobs inside of the United States.
In contrast, Apple recently agreed to invest over $500 million in China and they continue to horde billions of dollars in overseas bank accounts.
As for IBM, they are looking forward to providing jobs to American veterans who need them most.
100 Percent Fed Up reports:
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, who serves on Trump’s business advisory board, is to announce the new plans on Friday.
The company intends to open 20 new P-TECH schools in the U.S. and will retrain and certify the veterans over a four-year period, Axios reported.
Many of the veterans will be trained in the use of IBM’s software programs used by law enforcement, cybersecurity, and national security agencies.
It is a beautiful thing to see a major American company like IBM support the troops that protect the rights and freedoms of this amazing country.
American veterans are often left behind and forgotten about as they try to reintegrate into civilian life. It’s small moves like the one that IBM is making that make all the difference and help them return to a normal lifestyle.