Dallas, Texas 08/12/2013 (Financialstrend) – An agreement had been signed up by Exelon Corporation (NYSE:EXC) with the United States Army in a move to enable the young military officers to find effective job opportunities once they complete their military service. This agreement would thereby enable the company to take part in the Army Partnership for Youth Success program and was signed at the Pritzker Military Library. The President and CEO of the company, Christopher M. Krane commented that the unemployment problem for the veterans had been real for quite long time and that it is essential to provide effective employment opportunities to such veteran military officers, whose potential had already been proved at the military service.
He further commented that the inclusion of such well diversified workforce into the company’s operations would enable the organization to make stronger and smarter decisions and would further enable the company to utilize the wide experience of the military veterans. While the company had already hired around 200 veterans in the year 2012 and had further recruited around 170 veterans in the first seven months of 2013, this signing of PaYS agreement proves to be a new addition to the strategy of hiring and training veterans to Exelon Corporation (NYSE:EXC).
Shares of Exelon Corporation (NYSE:EXC) opened at $31.26 per share on Friday and moved on to lose 0.29% for the day to close at $31.26 per share. The stock had been fluctuating in prices between the range of $31.11 and $31.41 per share for the last trading session of the week. The stock presently has its low of 52 weeks at $28.40 per share and peak of 52 weeks at $38.94 per share. On Friday, the stock had witnessed trade in 15.15 million shares, while the average level of trading volume for this company is at 5.87 million shares.