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ARMY SPOUSE EMPLOYMENT PARTNERSHIP---MAY 2008 UPDATE
[5/7/2008]

ARMY SPOUSE EMPLOYMENT PARTNERSHIP---MAY 2008 UPDATE
MILITARY SPOUSE JOB SEARCH
[11/29/2007]

The Military Spouse Job Search website, hosted by America’s Job Exchange, is designed to enhance the employment opportunities for spouses of US Military members with employers committed to hiring military spouses and to connect employers with a talented, global, diverse workforce.
COMMON CORE VALUES FOUND IN MILITARY SPOUSES
[11/29/2007]

Learning to identify your most important values is critical to your overall success. Ideally, every career choice you will make will reflect your values. The most difficult decisions often involve conflicting values in your personal and professional life.
Military Spouses Can Have an Edge in the Marketplace
[11/29/2007]

Today's military spouses are a viable solution to the shortage of dedicated, high-quality employees necessary in a volatile economy. While often overlooked in the past military spouses are proving their advantage as they combine talent, training, and unique skills honed by the rigors of military family life. This might be the best time to press the advantage of being "married to the military" and secure quality work.
Keeping spouses on career track
[1/22/2005]

Article discusses the additional corporations that joined the Army Spouse Employment Partnership and the initiatives provided by them and others already participating.
Spouses to Teachers: A Mobile Career Supporting A Mobile Spouse
[11/20/2007]

Spouses to Teachers (STT) is represented in 14 states. The program provides support to spouses of active duty military and Selected Reserves in their pursuit of K-12 teaching positions.
Understanding Military Spouse Preference
[11/20/2007]

Understanding Military Spouse Preference
Spouse Preference - FAQs
[11/20/2007]

Frequently Asked Questions

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