A prototypical model for estimating high tech Navy recruiting markets.
Thomas, George W.
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This thesis presents a method for identifying and analyzing the recruiting market for highly technical Navy ratings. A basic model estimates the eligibility for six market segments for four mental outcomes, (1) high tech, (2) high quality and not high tech, (3) mental category 3B and (4) not eligible for the military labor market. A second model estimates the interest in military employment for each market segment given their likelihood of being qualified for the highly technical ratings. The third model is based on the results of the first two models and estimates the actual joining behavior of each market segment of the high tech market given their level of interest in the military.
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