RETURN TO CIVIL LIFE
WORK OF REHABILITATION Of the men and women of the Services recorded by the Rehabilitation Department as having returned to civil life, just under one-third have returned to their pre-service ejnployment. A little moi - e than onequarter have found new employment for themselves, while just under a quarter have been placed by the Rehabilitation Department.
These figures are quoted in a statement covering the Department's monthly statistical review, which says that 49,273 have been recorded with the Department as returned from service overseas and a further 29,112 as discharged from home service. Of the total of 78,385, as at the end of June, 15,087 had for various reasons not been discharged. During June 2221 were recorded as having returned from overseas and 577 as having been discharged from service in New Zealand.
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RETURN TO CIVIL LIFE, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945
RETURN TO CIVIL LIFE Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945
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