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We’ve Solved the Data Center Talent Crisis and You Can, Too

 

Salute has a defined process that helps veterans build post-military careers and solves the data center talent crisis. It’s about taking people with the right “soft” skillsets and cultural fit, training them, and placing them in right-fit roles that enable them to gain experience and move up in the industry.

We’ve solved the talent crisis and now we’re delivering data center services at scale, anywhere in the world. Take a peek behind the curtain and learn how, in our newest Data Center Operations Playbook.

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Salute Military Community: Adam Case

“One of the things that I love about Salute is that our goal is to give anyone who joins our company a potential career and not just a job. Sometimes that is within Salute itself and other times our employees get the training/experience that would lead them to a career with one of our prominent data center partners. “

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Salute Military Community: Caesar Medina

“Often, all it takes to inspire people is to show them that they aren’t alone on their paths. These paths are not new; they are well-worn by others, having lived and experienced the same. Those like us, who are further along that road, can circle back from time to time and pick up the stragglers; motivate them, and give them the nudge or push to get them back in formation and looking ahead.”

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Salute Military Community: Tony DeSpirito

“Respect, honor, and discipline were part of me as a military member and those traits carried over very well into civilian life. Respect for people, positions and the chain of command are a characteristic that I see of anyone coming off active duty. I always look for military service on a resume. We are part of the same family and automatically have shared experiences. “

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