Career Counseling Attitudes and Opinions of Army Officers
ARMY RESEARCH INST FOR THE BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ALEXANDRIA VA
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Three Army studies--the Franklin Institute study on junior officer retention, the Army War College study of military professionalism, and a study of the officer evaluation system--have indicated that many officers felt that they would benefit substantially from improvement of the career guidnace and counseling system. From the officers standpoint, the major objections to the current system have been that insufficient information is available when career decisions are being made preference forms have little influence on assignment and assignment officers and counselors at career branch are difficult to contact. Research was suggested to improve or aid the present system, making use of recent technological advances.
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