Explored attitudes about including military spouses in the OFCCP hiring benchmark and whether it will positively impact their economic opportunities.
The Military Spouse Employment Conceptual Framework provides a comprehensive representation of factors that have the potential to influence spouses’ employment.
The impact of employment, unemployment, and underemployment on the mental health and wellbeing of today’s military spouses.
An examination of the impact of employment, unemployment, and underemployment on the mental health and wellbeing of today’s military spouses.
Understanding the impacts of spouse employment on military recruitment, retention, and readiness.
This project examined entrepreneurship, remote work, and upskilling as drivers of economic success for military spouses.
This report sets forth a call to action for leaders in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors to take bold steps to achieve the shared goal of ensuring the effective transition of our nation’s military service members and their families into meaningful employment.
This document is the product of extensive research and discussion by the working group A Collective Effort: Workforce Development Solutions for the 21st Century Military Spouse. The group joined private and public sector leaders to work together on the issue of military spouse unemployment and underemployment.