Prior research has examined how the post-military health and well-being of both the larger veteran population and earlier veterans differs from non-veterans. However, no study to date has provided a holistic examination of how the health, vocational, financial and social well-being of the newest generation of post-9/11 U.S. military veterans compares with their non-veteran peers.

Now a new study has found that these Veterans report similar or better outcomes than non-veterans in a number of life domains. This includes greater engagement in a number of positive health behaviors and better outcomes on some aspects of social well-being than non-Veterans.

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