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A PCS can mean leaving a job you love or one you’ve relied on over the last few years. So how do you go about finding a new one in a new location as a military spouse? SpouseLink’s Career stories offer tips, advice, and insights on MilSpouse job resources and career-planning tools that can help you achieve your professional goals in your new hometown. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Try searching for a keyword.
Finding a flexible and portable career is one of the greatest challenges to Military Spouse employment. Hurdles of long deployments and frequent moves can make holding down a traditional 9-to-5 a challenge. Learn about the benefits of a flexible on SpouseLink.
Join our team! Each year, the SpouseLink team visits Palm Springs, CA, for a day of training — catching up on events, brainstorming new ways to promote SpouseLink and AAFMAA (aafmaa.com) and more. See what we’re doing in 2019. If you live in Texas, you may be able to join us, free! Get the details on SpouseLink.
The U.S. Coast Guard has a problem. Women are leaving and leaving fast. In an attempt to retain more female employees, the USCG is considering changes to a number of their current policies. See what they are on SpouseLink.
Despite more opportunities and resources than ever in today’s job market, the job search is still an overwhelming experience for many Military Spouses. SpouseLink has 3 tips from a Military Spouse who’s been there before — AAFMAA’s Asst Secretary, Charlene Wilde. They are sure to make your next career move a success.
Making the transition from military to civilian life may get easier in 2019. Sgt Maj of the Army Daniel Dailey has helped launch a new program that allows soldiers to use federal funds for skilled certifications. The program is currently only offered in Fort Hood, TX, but may expand soon. Get the details on SpouseLink.
Changes are coming to the GI Bill in 2019. After July 2019, servicemembers with 16 years of experience will no longer be able to transfer GI Bill benefits to their family. Are you ready for the change? And what does that mean for your military family? Find out on SpouseLink.
The benefit of having a home business is the ability to take it with you wherever you PCS. But, just like moving the rest of your military family’s home, it takes a little organization. For instance, you’ll need to take stock of your projects and letting your customers know about the move. Get more tips on SpouseLink.
At the start of every New Year, we all take time to assess where we’ve been and where we’re going. And our careers can be a big part of that picture. But as a Military Spouse, you may hesitate about settling into a full-time job. Never fear. SpouseLink has 5 reasons to take your career on the move.
You want to earn money to help support your military family, but you don’t have the time, desire or energy to take on a full-time career. Sometimes it’s because you’re holding down your household on your own, or you have to be able to take your career wherever you go. See ideas for part-time work on SpouseLink.
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