Working Around the Military: Challenges to Military Spouse E

Working Around the Military Challenges to Military Spouse E This research confirms that while many spouses of military service members work and seek education similar to their look alike civilian counterparts they often lag these equals in terms of finding j

  • Title: Working Around the Military: Challenges to Military Spouse E
  • Author: Margaret C. Harrell Nelson Lim Laura Werber Castañeda Daniela Golinelli
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This research confirms that, while many spouses of military service members work and seek education similar to their look alike civilian counterparts, they often lag these equals in terms of finding jobs and receiving comparable pay Based on the input of than 1,100 military spouses concerning their employment and educational pursuits as well as other data analysis,This research confirms that, while many spouses of military service members work and seek education similar to their look alike civilian counterparts, they often lag these equals in terms of finding jobs and receiving comparable pay Based on the input of than 1,100 military spouses concerning their employment and educational pursuits as well as other data analysis, the RAND researchers offer recommendations for the Department of Defense to improve quality of life issues for its members and spouses, which in the long run will help the department retain the qualified personnel it needs.

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