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An Analysis of Pay for Enlisted Personnel

An Analysis of Pay for Enlisted Personnel
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This documented briefing addresses the questions of whether militarycompensation is adequate to enable the military services to meet theirmanpower requirements now and in the future and whether action to changemilitary compensation is required now. Major military pay legislation waspassed in 1999 and took effect in Fiscal Year 2000, so there is also aquestion of whether that pay action is sufficient to meet both short-termand long-term challenges in recruiting, retaining, and motivating personnel.The briefing examines how the pay of enlisted personnel compares to that oftheir civilian counterparts, how these comparisons have changed over time,how the FY 2000 pay actions affect the comparisons, and how recruiting andretention have fared recently. Finally, it discusses the variety of policyoptions that might be considered.
RAND Corporation; July 2001
73 pages; ISBN 9781598753165
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