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Examination of Veterans Affairs Disability Compensation as a Disincentive for Em Cover

Employment | Oct 27, 2017

Abstract Purpose: Concerns that disability benefits may create disincentives for employment may be especially relevant for young American military veterans, particularly veterans of the recent wars in...

Creating Hope: Assisting Veterans with Job Search Strategies Using Cognitive Inf Cover

Employment | Aug 11, 2017

Abstract Providing effective employment services to today’s veterans is essential. Given the high unemployment rate that currently exists for the veteran population, it is essential that career deve...

Aiming High: Earning Advantage for Female Veterans Cover

Employment | Jul 21, 2017

Abstract This study investigates how veteran status influences earnings for working-age American women. Recent increases in women’s participation in the U.S. military mean that the proportion of fem...

Workforce Readiness Alignment: The Relationship Between Job Preferences, Retenti Cover

Employment | Jul 21, 2017

Overview 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...

Pathways to Opportunity: Financial Flexibility and Workforce Readiness Cover

Employment | Dec 20, 2016

Financial preparation is an often overlooked component of a service member’s transition from the military. Service members who are financially unprepared for transition, at best, limit their ability...

The Force Behind the Force: Training, Leveraging, and Communicating About Milita Cover

Employment | Dec 07, 2016

Military spouses have higher unemployment rates, estimated as much as three times higher than their civilian peers. In an effort to arm the HR community with information about the value military spous...

The Force Behind the Force: Case Profiles of Successful Military Spouses Balanci Cover

Employment | Nov 22, 2016

The second brief of this series highlights eight successful military spouses currently employed in the corporate workforce. Through the detailed conversations, the reader begins to understand the empl...

A Great Place to Start? The Effect of Prior Military Service on Hiring Cover

Employment | Aug 19, 2016

Abstract “This article examines the effect of prior military service on hiring for entry-level jobs in a major metropolitan labor market. The research employs an audit method in which resumes differ...

Workforce Readiness Alignment: The Relationship Between Job Preferences, Retenti Cover

Employment | Aug 11, 2016

This paper provides a deeper analysis of veterans’ employment experiences post-separation; specifically, the long term benefits of aligning military-conferred skills with career goals and expectatio...

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