||Marital Status. In FY 1998, the proportion
of Selected Reserve officer accessions and officers who were married was higher than for enlisted members (Table 6.4). As in the Active Component, more males were married than females. As detailed in
Appendix Table C-26, the proportion of married male Selected Reserve officers (76 percent) is larger than the proportion of the male civilian college graduate labor force who are married (72
percent). However, the proportion of married female Selected Reserve officers (57 percent) is lower than for their comparable female civilian college graduate labor force who are married (62 percent).
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Table 6.4. FY 1998 Married Selected Reserve Officers and Enlisted Members, by Gender,
and Civilians (Percent)
||Reserve Officer Accessions
||21- to 35-Year-Old Civilian College Graduates
||Reserve Officer Corps
||Civilian College Graduates in the Work Force
||Reserve Enlisted Members
||18- to 49-Year-Old Civilians
|Also see Appendix Tables C-16 (Enlisted Members by Age, Marital Status, and Gender) and C-26
(Officers by Gender, Marital Status, and Component).
Source: Civilian data from Bureau of Labor Statistics Current Population Survey File, October 1997 – September 1998.