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Today, nearly 60 percent of all military spouses are unemployed. These spouses would like to find an interesting job or portable career — either part-time or full-time — that contributes the family income and their own personal growth. Spouses also prefer work that gives them the flexibility to manage family affairs and function well within a military community that honors happy, supportive, and financially stable American Military Families.

Unfortunately, not all spouses are aware of the numerous opportunities provided by the Federal Government specifically for Military Spouses who seek employment with a federal agency.

The Military Spouse Employment Preference (MSP) provides employment opportunities for military spouses of active duty military members of the U.S. Armed Forces and the U.S. Coast Guard. The vacancies are specific to DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD) program vacancies only.

Military Spouses Preference Eligibility Requirements:
  • Spouse of a member of the Armed Forces serving on active duty, to include members of the National Guard and Reserves on active duty, who have orders specifying permanent change of station (this cannot be applied for training purposes)
  • Spouse of a 100% disabled service member injured while on active duty
  • Unmarried widow or widower of a service member killed while on active duty.
  • The spouse was married to the military sponsor prior to the reporting date to the new assignment
  • The relocation was based on PCS move and not for separation or retirement.
  • The vacancy is within the commuting area of the sponsor’s permanent new duty.
  • The spouse is among the BEST QUALIFIED short list and is within reach for selection.

The Professional MILITARY SPOUSE PREFERENCE (MSP) Resume Writers will put together your BEST QUALIFIED RESUME which is part of our excellent resume writing services that will assist you with:

  • Organizing key job search information.
  • Specifying transferable skills, references, and networks.
  • Writing winning resumes, letters, and applications.
  • Conducting job interviews and following up effectively.
  • Survive, thrive, and advance on the job.
  • We also cover important information relating to:
  • Education and training
  • Attitudes and goals
  • Barriers to employment
  • Jobs and employers
  • Federal jobs
  • Internet resources
  • Employment assistance