Military Spouses and Family Members

Military Hire is committed to connecting military spouses and family members with employers who value their experience and skills. Military spouses and immediate family have versatile skills and abilities that are of value to employers!

Our military-friendly companies seek to hire people with great skills, adaptability, and a positive attitude. Since COVID-19, many employers have embraced or expanded remote work, part-time employment, and flexible work hours in their hiring practices. These flexible roles are often a perfect fit for spouses or family members of active-duty military. 

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It’s typical for military spouses to be adaptable, resilient in the face of change, and creative at solving problems. They often face unemployment rates that are much higher than the general population. It’s possible that in the wake of COVID-19, spouses may experience unemployment rates higher than 30%! Employers, take note: Military spouses and immediate family members are a smart, capable talent pool that takes initiative and understands the value of teamwork. 

 

Multi-tasking and managing multiple projects is also no problem for military spouses. Spouses often juggle being the primary caregiver for children in the home, running the household solo when their spouse is deployed, and dealing with the stresses and pressures that are part of the military lifestyle. For family members, the core values of military service include assuming responsibility and accountability for others—a highly valued and transferable skill in the world of work. 

Military spouses are also a well-educated group, with many holding college degrees, advanced degrees, and speciality certifications. In many cases, the mobile lifestyle of military service adds to the diverse skills military spouses and family members can contribute to an employer, and enhances their effectiveness in the workplace. 

Are you interested in hiring military spouses and family members for your business?

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June 9, 2021 Job Fair
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Register for June 9, 2021 Job Fair
Operation Job Ready Veterans Logo

April 7, 2021
12:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT
OJRV will help you develop “your brand” to impress hiring managers in this 2-hour virtual workshop. Develop an effective career summary on your resume and learn how to communicate your value to prospective employers. This a virtual, online event.

Military Hire April 8, 2021 Job Fair

April 8, 2021
2:00 PM to 5:00 PM EDT

Our Spring Job Fair is focused on companies seeking candidates for jobs in:

  • Skilled Trades/Labor
  • Business and Office Administration
  • Operations/Logistics

Speakers tracks feature experts presenting tips to help you get the job!

This a virtual, online event.

Operation Job Ready Veterans Logo

April 13, 2021
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST
Operation: Job Ready Veterans presents a 2-hour informational session on how to create and customize a federal resume, apply for federal job positions, and a Q+A session to follow. This a virtual, online event.

Military Hire April 22, 2021 Briefing Webinar

Military Hire Briefing Webinar

April 22, 2021
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDT

Military Hire’s quarterly briefing webinar series presents impactful topics from our Alliance Partners. This event is for veteran-friendly companies and recruiters, and job seekers including veterans, transitioning military, and military spouses.

SAVE THE DATE! April 22.

This a virtual, online event.