"But at 30, with two young daughters and a husband who’s still in the military, it’s been a challenge to establish a civilian career.

"I’m kind of trying to imagine maybe becoming a human resources training and developer so I can utilize my education background," Schons said, "but I don’t have a lot of versatility in what I can do depending on what location we end up in."

Read all about Anne's experience and how Instant Teams (previously known as MadSkills) can help:

https://www.northcountrypublicradio.org/news/story/34432/20170809/underemployment-takes-a-toll-on-military-families


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