Comparative Occupational Survey of USAF Civilian and Military Members in Three Civil Engineering Specialties.
Final rept. 1 Oct 75-31 Aug 77,
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Military and civil service carpenters, masons, and plumbers were surveyed using a job inventory check list and relative time spent rating methods along with background item responses. Job clustering and job typing of combined responses were performed and comparisons made between civilian and military groups as well as comparisons between the two groups on several background variables. Data reveal that civilian and military members in the respective specialties are performing approximately equally. Significant differences were found between the two groups in the number of tasks performed, job difficulty, months in job, job interest, and job utilization of training and talents. Overall job interest and job utilization of training and talents are relatively high for both civilian and military members. Author
- Humanities and History
- Civil Engineering
- Structural Engineering and Building Technology