New Research Shows Women Vets Earn More Than Nonvets

A recent study analyzing the earnings of veterans seems to indicate that the ratio of earnings of veteran women to non-serving women is greater than the earnings of veteran men to non-serving men. The information was taken from 2005 statistics and shows that veteran women generally earn a yearly average of $4,945 more than women who have never served. For men, that difference is $2,248 per year.

But the salary difference between veteran men and women poses a significant factor in the study. In 2005, veteran men earned about $9,911 more than veteran women. Some speculations on why the salary difference is so drastic have included the fact that the average veteran male is 51 years old while their veteran women counterparts average 43 years old. thanks you for your service.  We value your patronage.  This website is a portal of all things military and veteran.  There is something for everyone.  Our job board has openings for military candidates seeking military jobs, government jobs, veteran jobs, diversity jobs and civilian jobs.  We also feature free resources on education such as information on the newly improved Post 9/11 GI Bill, listings of military schools in the military school directory, an expansive scholarship directory.  Additionally, you will find information on education benefits that will aid you in continuing your education. provides information on military loans and reputable companies that handle them for your convenience.  There are directories for each service as well as benefits, pay charts and all types of valuable information.  We are constantly adding resources, content and valuable features to benefit our audience.  Find information on these topics and more at, the “go to” site for everything military.  When the next tour is back home, it’s on