5 Tips for Women in TransitionOctober 9, 2018 | :
by Asha Castleberry
According to Department of Labor, the unemployment rate for women veterans continues to drop. Evidently, more women veterans are entering and persevering in the workforce. Programs geared towards post-911 female veterans have been instrumental in helping them transition into new jobs and stay off the streets. Women veterans are the fastest growing group in the veteran community, according to a recent Pew Center article,: Yet, “by 2045, the share of female veterans is expected to double to 18%.”Based on these findings, it is predicted that more female veterans will be entering into the workforce than ever before.
South Orange County Community College District
Director, Financial Aid/Veteran Affairs/Records
Virginia Western Community College
Counselor - (Initial assignment: Veteran's Resource Center)
Ventura County Community College District