nonveteran

nonveteran

(ˌnɒnˈvɛtərən)
n
(Military) a person who is not a veteran
adj
(Military) (of a person) who is not a veteran
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By age and sex subgroups, use of any of the assessed tobacco products was significantly higher among all veteran groups than their nonveteran counterparts, except males aged [greater than or equal to] 50 years.
Female veterans are more likely to have completed some college compared to nonveteran females.
4% How the Averages Compare The similarities and differences between the average veteran and the average nonveteran All Veterans Nonveterans High school dropout 6.
1%; 13,598,000) of nonveteran adults were between the ages of 18 and 44.
No disrespect is intended toward the nonveteran social worker who is committed to working with veterans.
Yet federal employment data shows that the annual average unemployment rate was lower for every category of veteran covered by this rule compared to the nonveteran unemployment rate.
In this article, we use data on both veteran and nonveteran labor force participants to examine how various factors affect the relative unemployment probability of recent veterans during the Great Recession.
Veteran prisoners are more likely to have committed violent crimes, to have known their victims (especially relatives), and to serve longer sentences, and they are substantially older upon incarceration than nonveteran prisoners.
Statistical comparisons were made between veteran and nonveteran male participants and between groups of participants who did or did not report a significant history of noise exposure.
Studies of the earnings premiums of female veterans appear somewhat mixed with one study finding an earnings advantage to female veterans (Mehay and Hirsch, 1996), another finding an earnings advantage to older female veterans and a penalty to younger female veterans (Prokos and Padavic, 2000), and another finding female veterans losing ground relative to their female nonveteran civilian counterparts (Cooney, Segal, Segal, and Falk, 2003).
81) In the nonveteran community, generally speaking, people with disabilities have struggled over media portrayals.