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Published Date: June 01, 2021
Resource Type: Video

Video discussing gender and veteran status comparisons in the annual average Current Population Survey data. Annual averages are used due to the limited sample size of smaller populations, like women veterans. Comparisons include demographics and why they are important, labor force participation, unemployment, and more.

Published Date: June 01, 2020
Resource Type: Video

Video discussing the demographics of women veterans, as compared to male veterans or nonveterans of either gender, and how veterans comprising only 1.5% of American women (as compared to 14% of American men) can contribute to assumptions about who a veteran is.

Published Date: June 01, 2019
Resource Type: Video

This presentation provides labor force participation, unemployment, and educational differences between women veterans, male veterans, and nonveterans of either gender, using the 2018 annual average Current Population Survey data. In 2018, the unemployment rates among these four populations were not statistically different.