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By BethJ Asch

The briefing examines how the pay of enlisted body of workers compares to that in their civilian opposite numbers, how those comparisons have replaced through the years, how the FY 2000 pay activities impact the comparisons, and the way recruiting and retention have fared lately.

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A graduated pay raise has other advantages. Like the across-the-board pay raise, all enlisted personnel would receive a raise, although not the same percentage amount. Like a mid-career pay raise, the graduated pay raise would target resources to enlisted personnel who have the most education and whose pay growth has been lagging relative to that of males with some college in the civilian sector. Furthermore, earlier research has estimated that it is less costly to achieve a given level of retention when pay raises are graduated than it is when they are across the board (Asch and Warner, 1994b).

44 Pay Raise Targeted O nly to Mid-Career Would Create “Notches” in Pay Table Example: House proposal to raise E5 to E7 basic pay reduces reward to E8 promotion Dollar Increase in Monthly Basic Pay at Promotion $500 E9 HR-4313 $400 FY00 Pay Table E8 $300 E7 E6 $200 $100 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 YOS 17 18 19 20 A second approach is to target the pay raise to those who are in midcareer. A third approach is to give a graduated pay raise to enlisted personnel. Under this approach, all enlisted personnel would get a raise, but the percentage increase would be successively higher for those in the higher pay grades, with those in the highest pay grade (E-9s) receiving the highest percentage increase.

Similarly, service members who have obtained some college while in service may be increasingly drawn to complete four years and cash in on a high-paying private-sector job. The military’s educational benefits help to facilitate this behavior. Indeed, college enrollment for persons in their mid- and late 20s has been rising, leading to an increase in the percentage of persons in their early 30s with four or more years of college. Thus, the PVs suggest that the military’s competition with higher education comes in part through the rising returns to professional/technical occupations and the role of a year or two of college as a stepping stone to four or more years of college.

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