Retention and promotion rates of Naval female officers.
Reed, Sheena L.
Mehay, Stephen L.
Bowman, William R.
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The question of which factors influence the retention and promotion rates of female officers across communities in the Navy is the focus of this thesis . This thesis statistically examines the impact of a myriad of socioeconomic and personal variables upon female promotion and retention. Multivariate and logit regression techniques are utilized to analyze and identify the factors that are important in the promotion and retention of female Naval officers . Both socioeconomic and personal characteristics are found to be important variables affecting the promotion and retention rates of female officers.
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