Snapshot: Employment Status of Foreign Service Family Members Overseas

Posted: 2:15 am EDT
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Via as of November 2015:

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2 responses

  1. What I think would be really interesting would be if they broke down the “not employed” further by looking at people who are actively looking for work, had been looking for work and quit, and the numbers, if any, who were denied their employment by the COM (which happens, I think rarely, but who knows?)

    • I agree, but that could be an awkward number. There are almost 7,000 family members who are not employed. Say 1/4 or 1750 are “not employed” and not by choice, that’ll put the dept in a hot spot. That will show just how much of a drop in a bucket are the EPAP positions created.