Military Spouse Employment Series Interview | Eastern North Carolina Now | Earlier this year (July/August), I had the opportunity to sit down with active duty military spouses, both Army and Marine Corps, to discuss the unemployment and underemployment in the Military Spouse Community.

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    Earlier this year (July/August), I had the opportunity to sit down with active duty military spouses, both Army and Marine Corps, to discuss the unemployment and underemployment in the Military Spouse Community. Since this interview, the underemployment numbers highlighted on September 14th’s article in Military Times have highlighted an even greater burden on the spouse.

    Part Two in this Employment Series features active duty USMC spouses. 1) Executive Virtual Assistant 2) Children’s Book Author and Entrepreneur. For the military spouse community, this is for you. We hear you & we see you.

    Click on the link to hear these spouses’ stories and connect for additional resources. God Bless Xo #commonsenseamerica #defenderslive #edengordonmedia #militaryspouse #militaryfamilies #militaryspouseemployment #army #usmc

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