A February 2013 White House report notes that military spouses are about 10 times more likely than civilian spouses to move across state lines in any given year. And those moments can force spouses to choose between their families and their careers.
That transience can make it harder to maintain a job, earn promotions, and accrue benefits or tenure. It also contributes to a higher-than-average unemployment rate among military spouses: nearly 10%, compared to 5% among civilian spouses, according to the same report.
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A February 2013 White House report notes that military spouses are about 10 times more…
by Tactical-Life / Jul 26, 2013