About the Study:
The RAND Corporation is a private, nonprofit, public policy research institute that is conducting research for the office for Military Community and Family Policy in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. We have been asked to study the occupational choices of military spouses, with emphasis on occupations that are perceived to be complementary to military life. We will also recommend actions to support military spouse employment. As part of the study, RAND is conducting interviews with military spouses.
We are looking for interview participants with the following characteristics:
* 18 years or older
* Married to an enlisted Active Duty servicemember
* Currently employed in one of the following career fields:
* Nursing (e.g. RNs, LPNs, home health aides, nursing aides)
* Education (e.g. teachers, teacher aides, professors, lecturers)
* Financial/Accounting (e.g. accountants, bookkeepers, auditors)
* Information Technology (e.g. computer programmers, software technicians)
* Currently residing in the United States
Please do not volunteer if you do not meet all of the criteria listed above.
Participation in the interview is voluntary. It will be conducted by telephone and last approximately 45 minutes. If you agree to participate, you should feel free to skip any questions you prefer not to answer or to stop the interview at any time.
RAND will use the information you provide for research purposes only. RAND will not disclose your identity or information that identifies you to anyone outside of the project team. Findings based on portions of your interview may be included in our report, but we will use all available means to ensure your comments cannot be linked back to you. During the course of the study, we will safeguard the information you provide, and after the study is complete we will destroy all information that identifies you.
If you are interested in participating, please click here to fill out the web form .
All volunteers will be provided with a copy of the report once it has been released to the public. The report also will be publicly available at http://www.rand.org/pubs/ .
If you have questions about the study, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
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