If you’re a military spouse, you know your chances of moving are pretty high. And that can wreak havoc on career plans. A sudden PCS from Hawaii to Kansas can turn a promising degree in tourist management into a hollow document.
But some degrees and career paths are a bit more travel-friendly than others. If a military lifestyle is likely part of your future, consider five degrees and professions that travel well. See More
During a period of economic recovery, the search for a job can be frustrating and disappointing.
The current job market makes it hard for anyone to find employment but due to the many extra difficulties of the military lifestyle the scarcity of jobs hits them harder. To help counteract this problem, the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) was launched.
Considering the frequent moves, months spent without your spouse and an overall lack of temporary jobs, the military spouse’s lifestyle isn’t always conducive to full-time work.
With the help of the Internet, many spouses like Sabrieth Stormscribe are turning their spare-time hobbies into profits. As a successful businesswoman, her advice is to be passionate about what you’re doing before you try to make money off of it. Here are some other tips to consider when turning your own hobby into a business. See More