JPM: JP Morgan Chase: 100,000 Jobs Mission Hires More than 51,000 U.S. Veterans in Two Years

  JPM: JP Morgan Chase: 100,000 Jobs Mission Hires More than 51,000 U.S.
  Veterans in Two Years

UK Regulatory Announcement

           Coalition Releases 4^th Quarter 2012 Hiring Number Today


The 100,000 Jobs Mission announced today that its coalition companies have
collectively hired 51,835 veterans through 2012. Launched in March 2011 by
eleven major employers, the coalition of private sector companies is already
more than half of the way to its goal of hiring at least 100,000 U.S. military
veterans by 2020.

“This is a major milestone in our mission to hire 100,000 veterans in ten
years,” said Frank Bisignano, Chief Operating Officer for JPMorgan Chase, a
founding member of the 100,000 Jobs Mission. “To have achieved more than half
of our goal in two years is a testament both to the talent of our returning
service men and women and to the commitment of the 100,000 Jobs Mission
companies. We will continue to make the most of this momentum in 2013.”

The coalition has grown to 94 companies, up from 76 in the third quarter of
2012. The 100,000 Jobs Mission is a unique grassroots effort originating in
corporate America to combat the high unemployment rate among U.S. military
veterans, especially those returning from service in Iraq and Afghanistan. The
member companies represent a wide array of industries across the U.S.,
including financial services, defense, healthcare, telecommunications,
technology, transportation, retail and energy – and they are hiring at all
levels within their companies. There is no monetary cost for joining the
coalition. Each company has made a commitment to hire veterans, share best
hiring practices with other member companies and report their results
quarterly. The 100,000 Jobs Mission is focused on the entire employment
continuum – not just recruiting and hiring military talent but also retaining
them long-term.

Leaders from the coalition companies have stated that hiring veterans is not
only the right thing to do; it makes sense for their businesses.

“EMC is extremely proud to be a founding member of the 100,000 Jobs Mission as
we reach this significant step towards our goal,” said ML Krakauer, Executive
Vice President of Human Resources at EMC Corporation. “Veterans offer a strong
set of skills that significantly contribute to future innovation and success
at our company. As a member of the coalition, we have had the opportunity to
learn, collaborate and share best practices with other leading companies
around attracting, developing and retaining our talented veterans. We look
forward to continuing the positive momentum this year.”

“Intel joined the 100,000 Jobs Mission in October 2012 and we have seen value
in a short time. We’ve shared our own best practices and learned from the
other 93 top companies in the coalition,” said Ardine Williams, vice president
of Human Resources and director of HR Enterprise Services for Intel. “Veterans
are innovative, resourceful and reliable. Their experience and training make
them an excellent fit for our culture. Joining this effort will give us a
louder voice to support veteran hiring.”

About the 100,000 Jobs Mission

Launched in 2011, the 100,000 Jobs Mission is a coalition of 94 companies
committed to hiring at least 100,000 U.S. military veterans by 2020. The
coalition’s companies have collectively hired 51,835 veterans through 2012.
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Members of the 100,000 Jobs Mission

7-Eleven; ACADEMI; alelo; AlliedBarton Security Services; Alorica;
Anheuser-Busch; AstraZeneca Global; AT&T Avis Budget Group; Bloomberg LP; The
Brink's Company; Bristol-Myers Squibb; Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.;
CA Technologies; Caterpillar; Century 21 Real Estate LLC; CGI; Charles Schwab
& Co., Inc.; CHK; Cigna; Cintas Corporation; Cisco Systems Inc.; Coca-Cola;
Combined Insurance of America; Comcast; Con Edison; Concurrent Technologies
Corporation (CTC); CSX;

Cushman & Wakefield Inc.; Deloitte; Delta Air Lines; The Depository Trust &
Clearing Corporation; DIRECTV; EMC Corporation; Enterprise Holdings; Ernst &
Young LLP; Exelon; Expert Global Solutions; Fidelis; First Data; Frontier
Communications; General Motors Co.; They Hershey Company; HP; IBM; Intel; Iron
Mountain Incorporated; jcpenney; JetBlue; Johnson & Johnson; Johnson Controls,
Inc.; JPMorgan Chase & Co.; Kaiser Permanente; The Kroger Company; Lockheed
Martin; Macy's;

ManTech International Corporation; Merck; MetLife. Inc.; Modis; NCR
Corporation; Nielsen; Office Depot, Inc.; Orbis, Inc.; OSRAM SYLVANIA; Pitney
Bowes; Ports America; Schneider National; Securitas Security Services USA,
Inc.; Shell Oil Company; Solar City; SourceHOV; Swift Transportation; T&M
Protection Resources, LLC; TAMKO Building Products, Inc.; Target; Textron,
Inc.; Thermo Fisher Scientific; TIAA-CREF; Time Warner; Toys “R” Us, Inc.;
TSYS; Tyco International;

U.S. Security Associates, Inc.; UnitedHealth Group; Universal Health Services,
Inc.; Universal Protection Service; Unum; UPMC; Verizon Communications Inc.;
Waste Management, Inc.; WellPoint, Inc.; and Wells Fargo & Co.

JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Shannon O’Reilly, 212-270-0563
Tim Keefe, 302-552-0529


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