For active-duty military asking themselves "what's next?" as their military career winds down, there are many options besides college.
The idea of graduating law school with zero student loan debt sounds lucrative enough on its own, but officers will also continue to collect their regular BAH and a paycheck while tending to their education.
The Spouse Education and Career Opportunities (SECO) program was created in 2010 to provide military spouses with the resources and tools they need to achieve their educational and employment goals.
Deployments are as varied as the families that face them. How long you've been at your current duty station, whether you've had time to find a community of support, the age of your children and how they are handling it, and how comfortable you...
Maggie Connors, a financial advisor at Edward Jones in DuPont and an Army spouse, has spent the last 12 years married to the military and building her career. She acknowledges that the two are not always compatible.
The job market in the healthcare profession has never been better.