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On July 13, @MilConsumer is hosting a Twitter chat to discuss the job search and employment challenges that transitioning servicemembers and their spouses face. Some of the issues we’ll cover include state professional licensing, job-hunting tips, and how to avoid job search scams. Other co-hosts for the chat are the FTC’s Acting Chairman Maureen Ohlhausen (@MOhlhausenFTC), the Colorado Attorney General’s office (@StopFraudCo), the Colorado Department of Regulatory Affairs (@DORAColorado), and the National Military Family Association (@military_family).

Join the chat on July 13 at 3:00 pm ET at #MilChat. Here are the questions to guide the discussion.

Q1. What are some of the difficulties in getting and keeping a job as a military spouse?

Q2. What professions do occupational licensing requirements affect?

Q3. What barriers do military spouses face in getting an occupational license?

Q4. What has been done to ease the challenges for military spouses trying to get a professional license in a state where they have recently moved?

Q5. What is the FTC Economic Liberty Taskforce doing concerning occupational licensing requirements?

Q6. When job-hunting, what are warning signs of a scam?

Q7. Do you have any tips for military spouses who want to start a business?

Q8. What are the signs of a work-at-home scam?

Q9. What are some other tips for military spouses when looking for a job?

Q10. Where can military spouses get more tips for job-hunting?

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I been getting lots of calls work at home earning lots of money

I can't find a link to the meeting.
Thanks,
RJ White

I have been getting multiple phone calls on my cell number stating I have multiple allagations against and will be sent to prison by my local police dept

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