Quality of Life for Marines on Okinawa.
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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A comprehensive assessment of Quality of Life QOL in the Marine Corps, using a life domain framework, in which were included the domains of residence, neighborhood, leisure and recreation, health, friends and friendships, marriageintimate relationship, relations with children, relations with other relatives, incomestandard of living, job, and self, was conducted in 1993. This report focuses on data for Okinawa only. Global quality of life was shown to have significant effects on organizational outcomes. Junior enlisted personnel were more negative on all measures of global QOL. Detailed discussions of each life domain are included.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations