Those “married to the military” will be familiar with numerous military spouse job seeker challenges. Janet Farley addresses how to take on these trials with a number of tips.
Periodically self-assess your professional situation. Figure out where you are professionally and determine if that’s where you truly want to be. Too often, as the mobile lot we are inclined to be, we often end up working in second- and third-choice jobs of convenience rather than in careers that we really want to call our own.
After such a soul-searching assessment, if you determine that you aren’t where you would like to be, then take action.
Put a name on that job you want and figure out specifically how you are going to get it.
Don’t let the oft-lamented military spouse employment challenges of the active duty or transitioning variety turn into convenient excuses for why you can’t do something that you would really prefer.