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The Post-9/11 GI Bill

In 2008, Congress passed and President George W. Bush signed the largest expansion of federal education aid to veterans since the original GI Bill at the end of World War II. Under the Post-9/11 Veterans' Educational Assistance Act of 2008, commonly known as the Post-9/11 GI Bill, service members who served at least 90 days on active duty after Sept. 10, 2001, or their dependents, are entitled to up to 36 months of educational assistance to pursue higher education. Depending on the program, they can receive education or job training tuition, books, and fees, as well as a monthly housing ...
Econ Focus , Issue 2Q , Pages 4-8

Discussion Paper
Do Veterans Face Disparities in Higher Education, Health, and Housing?

Veterans are an understudied group that forms an important part of the fabric of American society and that constitutes a significant segment of the population. In the first post of this two-part series, we will investigate how the outcomes of veteran men–in educational attainment, health, and housing–differ from those of comparable men who did not serve in the military. Looking only at men, for reasons described below, we find that relative to nonveteran men with a high school degree and a similar distribution of demographic and geographic characteristics, veterans are 7 percentage points ...
Liberty Street Economics , Paper 20230525a

Discussion Paper
Do Veterans Face Disparities in the Labor Market—And What Accounts for Them?

We continue our series on military service and consider veterans’ earnings and labor market outcomes. We find that veterans earn more than 12 percent less and are 4 percentage points (18 percent) more likely to be out of the labor force than comparable nonveterans. Interestingly, accounting for veterans’ differences from comparable nonveterans in terms of education and disability status largely explains these labor market differences.
Liberty Street Economics , Paper 20230525b

The Earnings Premium for U.S. Veterans

An analysis of 2019 data suggests that female veterans and male veterans have earnings premiums of 5.9% and 4.1%, respectively, relative to their nonveteran peers.
On the Economy

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Program Provides Services-Enriched Housing for Homeless Veterans in Northwest Louisiana

In the northern Louisiana portion of the Eleventh District, an innovative housing program is addressing the needs of homeless veterans. The program is the latest initiative of Volunteers of America of North Louisiana (VOANL), which was established over 75 years ago.
e-Perspectives , Volume 13 , Issue 2



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