Canadian Spousal/Partner Employment and Income Project

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Authors
  1. Coulthard, J.
  2. Dunn, J.
Corporate Authors
Director General Military Personnel Research & Analysis, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
The successful recruiting and retention of military personnel is dependent to a large extent on the degree to which service members and their spouses/partners are satisfied with their life in the military. In particular, research has identified spousal employment as a contributing factor that has a significant influence on the commitment, job performance, readiness and retention of military personnel. To date, little empirical research has examined the employment experiences of CF spouses/partners. To address this limitation, research will be conducted that explores the impact of military life on the employment and income of CF spouses and partners. This paper provides an overview of the research that has been conducted on military spousal/partner employment and income. In addition, this paper documents the research framework and methodology that will be employed for the Spousal/Employment and Income Project.

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Report Number
DGMPRA-TM-2009-012 — Technical Memorandum
Date of publication
01 Sep 2009
Number of Pages
148
DSTKIM No
CA032820
CANDIS No
532051
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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