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Comparing Work-Related Correlates of Life Satisfaction for Combat Versus Non-Combat Military Veterans
Journal of Education and Learning
Military veterans (n = 153) completed an on-line survey and were broken down into combat (n = 92) versus non-combat (n = 61) veterans. The combat veterans had higher life satisfaction, perceived occupational alternatives, and education level versus the non-combat veterans. Looking at correlates to life satisfaction, for both samples number of prior traumatic events (negative) and personal accomplishment (positive) were significantly related. In addition, for the combat veterans, highestdoi:10.5539/jel.v9n6p31 fatcat:35qanodrqzbm7afdrzn6kklaxu