GED accessions in the selected reserve: how long do they serve?
RAND, 1997 - Education - 42 pages
This report profiles all those GED-holders who enter the Selected Reserve components and examines the issue of how long they serve.
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16 percent 20 percent higher 30 percent active duty AFQT category Aptitude category ARNG attrition behavior attrition gap ATTRITION THAN HSDGs behavior of GEDs CAT I-II categorized by educational College graduates common are GED credential difference in attrition duration analysis techniques educational attainment effect on attrition factors affecting attrition FY86-FY94 entry cohorts FY92 cohort gap between GEDs GED accessions GED group GED recruits GEDs and HSDGs GEDs HAVE HIGHER high school diploma high school education higher proportion Hispanics HS GED HSDG HSDG attrition HSDG group HSDG recruits IGED BHSDG individuals INDRII iNDRll Kaplan-Meier Kaplan-Meier estimator less than high life-table lower attrition NDRI NHSDGs nonprior-service NPS accessions NPS recruits numbers of GEDs older GEDs one-year attrition rates percentile rankings prior-service proportion of GEDs rates of GEDs recent cohorts recent NPS cohorts regardless of AFQT reservists school diploma graduates Selected Reserve components term of service training investment two-year attrition rates younger recruits