22 Military famiiles fall 10 Bb-1.ppt

22 Military famiiles fall 10 Bb-1.ppt - FMSC 381 October...

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Unformatted text preview: FMSC 381 October 22, 2010 Dislocation of family life: Militar y deployment reentr y into communities Todays Military: Background 43%, 1.42 million active duty 36%, 1.17 million reserves Breakdown by service branch 35%, Army 27%, Navy 26%, Air Force 13%, Marines Smaller force than 1990 Todays Military Half of active force is less than 24 yrs Minority: 36% of active force Women: 15% of active force Class differences Todays Military High school degree: 94% of active force South overrepresented in regional participation Military Families Emphasis on marriage 52% of active force Emphasis on families 37% of active force are married with children 6% are single parents Children are young on average Military spouses work 45% employed 9% unemployed 32% not in labor force Military Wages Enlisted members Houppert: Army soldiers 54% earn less than $2000/month 75% have kids under 5...
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2011 for the course FMSC 381 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '09 term at Maryland.

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22 Military famiiles fall 10 Bb-1.ppt - FMSC 381 October...

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