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This 2021 Active Duty Spouse Survey (ADSS): Results From the 2021 Active Duty Spouse Survey overview briefing includes the following topics from the biennial Survey of Active Duty Spouses: COVID-19, spouse unemployment and education, financial situation and food security, PCS moves and living arrangements such as “geobaching”, child care, deployment, well-being, and satisfaction and retention. The topline summary results show: the civilian unemployment rate for active duty spouses is statistically unchanged since 2015; the overall financial well-being score of active duty spouses is slightly higher than the US average; one in four active duty spouses were experiencing low or very low food security; 76% of active duty spouses received a COVID-19 vaccine; spousal satisfaction with the military way of life and spousal support for staying on active duty declined.
Fielding Year: 2021
Topic: Spouse & Child Well-Being
Produced By: R&R
Document Type: Briefing
Population: Active Duty, Military Spouse
Product ID: 2023-045