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In Group 2012 Survey of Active Duty Spouses


Topics covered in the briefing include spouse support for the military, deployments, reintegration, PCS moves, child well-being, education, employment, and spouse well-being. 2012 results and trend comparisons are presented for active duty spouses overall and by Service and paygrade, when available. Summary of 2012 ADSS briefing results: Satisfaction with military way of life (64%) significantly higher than 2006 and 2008 Spouse support to stay in the military (68%) significantly higher than 2006 and 2008 Spouses reporting financial problems (22%) significantly lower than 2006 and 2008, Unemployment rate (25%) significantly higher than 2006 and 2008
Fielding Year: 2012
Topic: Family Support
Produced By: R&R
Document Type: Briefing
Population: Active Duty, Military Spouse
Product ID: 2015-049