Program Bridges Gap in Spouse EmploymentAugust 22, 2017 | :
by Joy Shrum
California, MD- Traditionally, it is difficult for military spouses to expand their careers because of the demands of the military and their transient lifestyles. About 16 percent of military spouses are unemployed, despite their education, experience and credentials. The National Military Spouse Network (NMSN) is stepping in to help reduce those unemployment numbers.
“The military spouse who wants to work should be able to work,” explained Sue Hoppin, president and founder of NMNS.