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Amanda Crowe, executive director of In Gear Career, and her family.

Real Spouse Jobs: Nonprofit Executive Director

I have a bachelor's in psychology and a master's degree in administrative studies. I use the master's degree in a more traditional way, but don't we all use a bit of psychology every day? How has being married to a service member impacted your own career? How did you get around that? I married my husband a bit later than some (I was 30), so... more

Hotel management jobs

5 Fantastic Spouse Jobs in Military Towns

Arin began subbing for a local school just off the base a year ago, and she was just recently asked to come on full time. "We are a state with VPK -- free pre-k for anyone -- and I work with the 4-year-olds," she tells us. "It's just what I need to be able to get a job at the CDC later. It's a great first job." Moreover, she knows that n... more

On the phone. Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Raymond J. Piper/Army

Phone Interview: How to Rock It and Get the Job

As president of Powerhouse Planning LLC, I've heard my fair share of the good, the bad and the ugly in phone interviews. This past week, I was pumped about a phone interview I was going to have with a potential candidate who was also a military spouse. She rocked on paper.  Then she completely "bombed" the phone interview. She was not a b... more

Staying on target. U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane

What to Focus on When You Can't Get Job You Want

Career coaches say that there are only three major motivators for every single career. There are the jobs based on achievement -- climbing through the ranks, rising to titled success. There are jobs based on affiliation -- working with the kinds of people you love, surrounding yourself with those compatible co-workers every single day. A... more

The nursing field has gotten ever tighter, meaning higher-level degrees are helpful in getting jobs.

In Nursing, Associate's Degree May Not Be Enough

The good news, though, is that there are plenty of ways for you and Leigh Ann to break into hospital work and, on a larger scale, the medical field. If you have completed an ADN, LPN or LVN program, you can start looking for basic medical work at doctor's offices, hospitals, community care centers, nursing homes,or as an assistant working ... more

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