THE VALUES OF JUNIOR OFFICERS, PART I: IMPORTANCE, OBTAINABILITY AND COMPARABILITY OF VARIOUS CAREER VALUES.
NAVAL PERSONNEL RESEARCH ACTIVITY SAN DIEGO CALIF
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Junior officers commissioned via the NROTC Regular program responded to a questionnaire designed to measure 1 the importance of various aspects of a career, 2 the obtainability of these aspects by a naval career, and 3 the degree to which in each aspect the Navy career has the advantage over most likely held civilian jobs. Junior officers as a group were described in term of these three measurements. One of the conclusions pointed out that the following aspects were considered important but not readily obtainable in the Navy satisfactory home life full use of abilities work under consistent and intelligent personnel policies feelings of accomplishment and success through ability alone. Author
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations