2 Responses to Expanding Career Opportunities for Military Spouses

  1. Debbie says:

    This is true for former military spouses as well. I hope that is being taken into consideration. When the service member separates sometimes that is the first time the spouse has an opportunity to focus on a career, but with a very spotty “resume”, but now that is when the benefits and considerations end.

  2. Mary Williams says:

    When a military family is forced to relocate, it can be difficult for military spouses to find employment. According to the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP), approximately 26 percent of military spouses face unemployment. The MSEP helps connect military spouses with jobs or provides them with training to help them enter a new career field. abogado españa veterinario por internet medico onlineabogado online consulta online veterinario online psicologo por internet ginecologo online dermatologo online pediatra online doctor por internet medico por internet abogado por internet abogado online psicologo online doctor online Military spouses are eligible to receive up to $4,000, or $2,000 a year for up to two years, to cover education and training required to enter a portable career field through a Military Career Advancement Account. Career fields that are considered portable include health care, education, financial services, hospitality management and skilled trades such as carpentry and plumbing.