LVMAC Tidbit — Veterans Retention Survey | Center for a New American Security

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CNAS LogoEditors Note:  We thought we would bring this ongoing survey to your attention for the purpose of encouraging your participation.  Over time and among its other efforts, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) has produced useful studies which have provided fresh insights to the issues of the current war generation of veterans and has undoubtedly influenced both public agency and private corporate policies consequently.

The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) is conducting a study of veterans economic performance, including recruiting, retention, and performance issues. Your contribution of time and insight will help to inform efforts by the public, private and philanthropic sectors focused on veterans employment and economic opportunity.

According to Task and Purpose,  “After several years of these efforts [employment efforts by various groups, including Joining Forces and Veterans Job Mission], veteran unemployment is on the decline, but it’s still difficult to know how veterans are doing in the economy long term. We don’t know if veterans are succeeding in building careers over time, the impact of how long they stay in their first job, and what the challenges are in transitioning from the military into a new company culture. The CNAS survey attempts to gather more information about veteran economic performance, to use it to shape programs aimed at recruiting veterans and keeping them employed.”

If interested, go to Veterans Retention Survey | Center for a New American Security


As of 12 August 2016