''Working Around the Military'' Revisited: Spouse Employment in the 2000 Census Data

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Previous studies have shown that military wives — women married to U.S. military service members — are more likely to be unemployed and earning less than their civilian counterparts. This study updates earlier analyses of military wives, analyzes trends over the last decade, and extends those analyses to include military husbands. Military spouses continue to be at a relative disadvantage in the labor market compared with civilian spouses.