Contributor(s)

Jacqui Buchanan [Researcher]; Nathaniel Birnbaum [Researcher]

Designer

Kerry Manahan; Dennis Kulis

Funder(s)

USAA

Description/Abstract

This paper focuses on testing propositions related to workforce readiness by examining the relationship between job preferences, military conferred skills, and a variety of outcome measures including retention, income, and perceptions about transition.

Document Type

Report

Disciplines

Human Resources Management | Military and Veterans Studies

Extent

36 pages

DCMI Type

Text

Series

Workforce Readiness Research Series

Keywords

Employment research, Veteran employment, Research, IVMF, Workforce readiness

Subject

Veterans--Employment--United States; Employment re-entry; Job satisfaction

Topic

Explore talent acquisition and development--Retention and advancement, Enhance workforce readiness and preparation--Employability and upskilling, Enhance workforce readiness and preparation--Transition

Portfolio

Employment

Geographic Area

United States

Publisher

Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University

Date

8-2016

Language

English

Acknowledgements

The data used in this paper is from a prior research effort in collaboration with VetAdvisor aimed to better understand post-military veteran employment. We would like to acknowledge and thank all the veterans who took the time to fill out the survey and provided data to support this document. Thank you to Jacqui Buchanan, M.P.A., and Nathaniel Birnbaum for your research support for this document, as well as to Kerry Manahan and Dennis Kulis for their exceptional design work.

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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