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Surveys

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Employment

Employment Histories Report
This study used quantitative and qualitative methods to examine the questions related to employment outcomes and readiness of Recently Separated Service members.

2007 Veterans Employability Research Survey
This study examined the factors that impact Veterans’ employability resulting from participation in the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program.

National

2010 National Survey of Veterans (NSV):  Active Duty Service Members, Activated National Guard and Reserve Members, Family Members and Survivors
The survey is the sixth in a series of comprenhensive nationwide surveys designed to help VA plan its future programs and services for Veterans.  This is the first time VA has included groups other than Veterans.

 

2001 NSV
This survey is the fifth in a series of comprehensive nationwide surveys designed to help VA plan its future programs and services for Veterans.

 

1987 NSV
This study is the third in a series of national surveys being conducted by the Veterans Administration (VA) to analyze the state of the Veteran population. The data for this survey comes from the response of 9,442 non-institutionalized Veterans. A number of survey questions focused on the use of VA programs. The characteristics of the Veteran population were strongly influenced by the World War II generation.

1979 NSV
The 1979 NSV public data fileis the second in a series of national surveys being conducted by the Veterans Administration (VA) to analyze the state of the Veteran population.  The public data files data for these studies comes from the response of 9,929 non-institutionalized Veterans. A few key questions were included that asked Veterans for reasons why they were not using particular benefits. Much of the data from this survey can be usedd in VA's efforts to evaluate its programs.

Variances

Analysis of Differences in Disability Compensation in the Department of Veterans Affairs, December 2006
This state variance study addresses main sources of observed variation across states and VA Regional Offices regarding average payments to Veterans receiving disability compensation and percentage of Veterans receiving disability compensation.

 
What’s New!

VA released Veterans Day 2019: Veterans Keep On Serving This infographic highlights how Veterans continue to serve in Government and the private sector. November 8, 2019

VA released Compensation and Pension by County 2018 This report shows the number of Veterans in each state and county who received monthly Disability Compensation and Pension payments during fiscal year 2018. It also includes breakdowns by disability rating groups, age groups, and gender. October 8, 2019

VA released Memorial Day 2019: VA Honors All Who Have Served and Died This Memorial Day infographic illustrates the sacrifice of America's Veterans during the battle, other deaths while in service, and after leaving the military. The infographic also provides key statistics on how VA's National Cemetery Administration memorializes Veterans.

VA released Veteran Population InfographicThe Veteran Population Projection Model process includes blending data from various data sources to produce Veteran counts at the national, state and below state levels for certain demographics. It includes projecting the number of Veteran records out into the future for 30-years. The projeced Veteran population is both declining in number and becoming more evenly distributed in age. Whereas the annual change for the total Veteran population is -1.8 percent per year and the male Veteran population is -2.2 percent per year, the annual change to the female Veteran population is +0.6 percent per year. May 10, 2019

 
 

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