News is booming. Last month, nearly 200 employees brought in $500,000. “As a military spouse and mom, you are managing calendars, you are balancing everybody’s activities,” she said. “If you can handle that, I guarantee that you can handle working with a few CEOs and their teams.” “It felt too good to be true,” said Sara Glover, a military spouse, who said her job at Squared Away was a godsend.
Michelle Penczak with her husband and children. So she started her own company, Squared Away, which hires people like her to assist other companies online.
Michelle Penczak She had trouble finding a job, she said, because military spouses move so often. “I felt like I was being judged because of my husband’s choice of career,” she said.
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Glover said Penczak is “Wonder Woman.” “Sometimes I was going on 15, 20 interviews, and it wasn’t an issue of my qualifications or my education. It was the fact that I can’t be permanent,” Glover said.
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