From boot camp to bail bonds

SANDUSKY Military veterans often return to find their biggest obstacle awaits at home.
Annie Zelm
May 24, 2010

SANDUSKY

Military veterans often return to find their biggest obstacle awaits at home.

Readjusting to civilian life and finding a job suited to their skills can be difficult. But many of the same qualities of successful soldiers can be translated into good bail bond agents, a bond agency president says.

"The nice thing for anyone in bail is you're your own boss," said Deborah Jallad, president and chairman of Accredited Surety and Casualty. "You can make a good income, involve the family, and you're still playing a role in keeping your country safe."