Longer-term employment outcomes of ex-service personnel

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For those leaving the United Kingdom (UK) Regular Armed Forces, employment is seen as a key indicator of a successful and sustainable transition. Whilst previous research (Deloitte, 2018; FiMT, 2013), and Ministry of Defence (MOD) employment statistics (MOD, 2021), show that the vast majority of ex-Forces personnel gain employment after leaving, very little consideration has been given to the longevity of the employment achieved or whether ex-Service personnel are employed in the 'right' jobs (i.e. fulfilling, sustainable, matching their aspirations or maximising their potential). There...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Employment; Participation; Outcomes; Income; Demographics

Keywords: Veterans; Employment outcomes; Employment pattern; Barrier; Working conditions; Labour force participation; Labour mobility; Career change; Case study; Recommendations

Geographic subjects: Great Britain; Europe

Published: Farnborough, England: QinetiQ, 2021

Physical description: 113 p.

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Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 146.120

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