Study: Post-9/11 vets making a lot more money than nonvets
from Task & Purpose
Post-9/11 era U.S. military veterans are better-paid, better-educated, and have a higher quality of life on average than people who never served, a new quantitative study concludes, challenging popular assumptions that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are producing a generation of damaged Americans. The study, which focuses on nationwide trends between 2005-2015, was conducted to determine whether serving in the military is truly "a clear path to upward social mobility," according to its authors. The report was released by The City University of New York.
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