Military Spouses Face Added Challenges While Trying to Find Jobs. This Could Help

Military Spouses Face Added Challenges While Trying to Find Jobs. This Could Help

"According to Syracuse University research, more than one-third of military spouses work in fields subject to occupational licensing, disproportionately more than the general population. And according to the Chamber survey, nearly one-quarter of military spouses cite occupational licensing as their biggest barrier to employment."

Kudos to the governors of Kentucky and Iowa for taking action on occupational licensing and setting the example for other states to follow in supporting military spouses. Read more here.

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