2020 Career on the Move Guide Military Edition

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Career on the Move Guide


About The guide

For military families, moving is a regular part of life every 3-ish years. This guide crafted by military spouses, for military families is designed to be a brainless tool to help you move your career — along with all your stuff. 

Featured in the 80 pages of the Career on the Move Guide, you will find a series of articles written by military spouse experts that will help you relocate your career to your next duty station.

We cover a range of topics including career tips, preparation, self-care and also provide a printable, handy little moving checklist to make your packing experience as brainless as possible.

Thank you to The David Johnson Show for sponsoring this guide. David’s generous contribution made the guide free for you, and allowed the military spouse contributors to be compensated for their hard work and expertise.

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