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Originally published in The Hill, April 16, 2023

As the U.S. military struggles to recruit and retain service members, Congress and the administration are weighing a range of options to help combat chronically high unemployment rates among military spouses, which hovers around 22 percent.

The rationale is that military life is hard enough without financial stress adding to the mix for servicemembers and their families, so military spouses shouldn’t have to suffer obstacles to employment. And because they are mobile — military families typically pull up stakes and move every two to three years — the spouses face plenty of obstacles.