An analysis of unemployment among male war veterans
Associate Deputy Administrator for Management, Office of Information Management and Statistics, Statistical Review and Analysis Division, 1987 - History - 27 pages
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5.4 Armed Forces 7.4 percent 8.3 Precision Products Administration 10.8 age categories 25-29 Age Occupation Ages blue-collar category blue-collar occupations blue-collar workers business conditions business cycle capacity utilization rate CM CM CM concentrations of minorities Crafts Designated blue-collar dummy employed war veterans erans Fabricators FF&F Forestry higher unemployment rates IA 1 ID Korean conflict logit function Logit Variable male nonveterans Male Unemployment Rates male war veterans Management and Professional Manufacturing Capacity Utilization ment rate minority status minority unemployment rates nonveteran counterparts nonveteran unemployment rate nonveterans alike Nonwhite Male Occupation Ages 25-29 occupational category OF&L older age overall percent for nonveterans percent of employed Percentage of Nonwhites ployment rate PP&C quarter of 1984 rate for male rates than nonveterans regression analysis Service Occupations 8.8 shows Table Total Age Occupation unem unemployment among male veterans and nonveterans Veterans Versus Vietnam era veterans weighted least squares year-olds younger war veterans