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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.
There aren’t too many things more ingrained in military culture than coffee. Next time you reach for your mug, try one of these six Veteran-owned coffee companies.
One of the biggest challenges for any military spouse is maintaining employment, especially for those with PCS orders overseas (OCONUS), but it can be done. Here are some considerations for MilSpouses looking to work remotely while living overseas.
Former Airman Amanda Huffman shares the history of the U.S. Space Force — plus a few insights from a couple of its members. Read her story on SpouseLink.
Looking for a good read? SpouseLink has 10 options, courtesy of MilSpouse Claire Wood, who has pulled together a list of books every Military Spouse should put on their reading list!
SpouseLink and AAFMAA are celebrating our Military Spouse employees and teammates in May for Military Spouse Appreciation Month!
What if we told you that it’s absolutely possible to look chic and be comfortable while working from home? Elevate your WFH looks with these 24 mix-and-match outfits on SpouseLink.
OPSEC rules are designed to keep our military and their families safe. Check out these guidelines all MilSpouses should follow, courtesy of SpouseLink.
Since 1945, the U.S. military has launched at least a half-dozen initiatives to eliminate racial inequalities, understanding that diversity makes our country and our military even stronger. The United States Military Academy at West Point spans our country’s history...
Veterans can use scholarships in addition to other funding like GI Bill educational assistance and Pell Grants, making college more affordable for servicemembers, Veterans, and their families. SpouseLink shares 7 ways for Veterans to find a scholarship.
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