By BethJ Asch
The briefing examines how the pay of enlisted team of workers compares to that in their civilian opposite numbers, how those comparisons have replaced over the years, how the FY 2000 pay activities impact the comparisons, and the way recruiting and retention have fared lately.
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If we looked only at a single cohort, we might find military/civilian pay differences, but we would not know whether those differences have widened or shrunk over time. The life-cycle comparisons confirm that the ratio of military to civilian pay over a career is lower for persons with some college than for high school graduates. Further, given some college, this disparity differs by occupational area: It is worse for professional/technical occupations than for production/craft occupations. Less expected, however, is the finding that the present value of earnings in an enlisted career has been rising relative to that of civilian careers of those with some college.
30 Meeting Recruiting Requirements Remains Difficult for Air Force and Army Percent of Total Accession Objective Achieved 110 100 Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force DoD 90 80 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 The services struggled to meet their accession targets in 1998 and 1999. In FY 00, all services met their goals. 31 Recruit Quality Has Declined in All Services Since Its Peak in 1992 Percent High-Quality Accessions 90 80 70 60 Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force DoD 50 40 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 A key indicator of recruiting success is the percentage of recruits who are of high quality.
This lifts the average RMC line to about the average civilian wage for 10 to 20 years of experience. ) 22 Constructing Civilian Earnings Profiles with Life-Cycle Approach • Estimate model of wage trend by age, education, occupation, and unemployment rate for each sex/race-ethnic group • Construct earnings profiles from estimated models for cohorts aged 19 in 1983, 1998, and 2006 • Compare civilian and military career earnings • Military pay based on: – Actual military pay to 2000, legislated pay increases to 2006, and ECI thereafter – Typical career progression using 1996-1999 promotion pace The previous pay comparisons were snapshots at a point in time; we now shift to life-cycle comparisons.