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Traditionally, the enlisted military member average ranged between 18 and 24 years old, with little-to-no career or higher education background. But due to a changing economic landscape, the pool of qualified recruits entering the enlisted United States military now ranges from 18-year-old high school graduates to 35-year-olds with doctorates in music. This change in the enlistment age definitely fosters a larger pool of America’s “best and brightest” service members, but the contrast from historical trends is still a new and evolving development in community, work center and supervisory relationships.

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