Military Coworking Network launches military spouse survey
The Military Coworking Network (MCN) has launched a survey in order to identify where and how military spouses are working. The findings from the survey will inform how the organisation can better support the military spouse community.
The survey is open to anyone who is married or in a long-term relationship with a serving member of the UK Armed Forces, either Regular or Reserves. They want to hear from spouses regardless of employment status, whether working, unemployed, self-employed, or currently staying at home raising a family.
About the Military Coworking Network (MCN).
The MCN is run by military spouses, for military spouses. It is a non-commercial community group which works in partnership with the MOD, RAF, Navy and Army Families Federations. MCN offer a digital community to help each other professionally; providing inspiration, advice and a shared network of contacts.
About Military Coworking Hubs
The MCN is setting up coworking hubs on military bases; fully equipped office spaces where we can go to work and study together; recreating the professional office environment and work friends that we have often had to leave behind. They exist to foster, champion and support the identities, lives and careers of individuals and to enable a culture of business entrepreneurialism within the military community.