Tabulations of Responses from the 2000 Survey of Reserve Component Personnel: Volume 5. Civilian Work, Economic Issues, Full-Time Active Duty National Guard/Reserve, and Military Life
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The 2000 Reserve Components Surveys RCS gathered information about personal and military background, family composition, economic status, preparedness, mobilizations and deployments, retention plans, spouse and member labor force experience, satisfaction with aspects of Guard and Reserve life, and other quality-of-life issues. Survey items are tabulated in these volumes for experienced Selected Reserve members as a whole the six components under Department of Defense DoD, plus the Coast Guard Reserve, for experienced members of the six components of the Selected Reserve in DoD as a whole, and for subgroups defined by individual component, paygrade group, gender, program, and whether the member had ever been deployed. Volume 1 of the tabulations covers military background Volume 2 covers military plans, military training, and the member s military unit Volume 3 covers benefits and programs Volume 4 covers individual and family characteristics and Volume 5 covers civilian work, economic issues, full-time active duty National GuardReserve, and military life. The preface of this report briefly discusses how the data for these tabulations were collected.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Military Forces and Organizations