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Classifying US Army Military Occupational Specialties Using the Occupational Information Network external site from Army STARRS external site

The Army Study to Assess Risk and Resilience in Servicemembers (Army STARRS) research team conducted a study to classify US Army Military occupational specialties with data on the 246 O*NET descriptors. The purpose was to derive scales to study the effects of job conditions on soldier health and job functioning across Army Military Occupation Specialties (MOSs) and Areas of Concentration (AOCs). The team found that O*NET classifications apply effectively to Army MOS/AOCs, enabling a greater understanding of the impact of military job characteristics to soldier outcomes such as job satisfaction, work performance, and health.

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