This means of employment is consistent with the future operating environment described in the AOC and JCHS
, where joint forces will be expected to deploy long distances to and from dispersed locations and operate in often austere and contested environments.
report notes, "Yet another drag on the mortgage market recovery is the high cost of credit."
study's report, "America's Rental Housing: Meeting Challenges, Building on Opportunities," presents the current state of the rental housing sector and highlights the vital role the rental market plays in providing affordable housing.
Spending nationally for remodeling has declined over the last three years, and the JCHS
predicts that trend will reverse, starting with the last quarter of 2010, peaking in the second quarter of this year and dipping in the third quarter, which is forecast to see a 6.5 percent increase over the same quarter of 2010.
Nurse leaders from Carilion and JCHS
used human capital theory as a framework to develop an educational assistance plan whose specific goal was to increase the number of registered nurses in the system and their educational levels.
(49.) See The Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University (2002), The 25th Anniversary of the Community Reinvestment Act: Access to Capital in an Evolving Financial Services System (Cambridge, Mass.: JCHS
A new affinity membership group of the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, the mission of the 11th JCHS
is to preserve, document, procure, collect, and memorialize the 121-year history of South Florida's legal heritage.
This group is especially potent when you consider that the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University (JCHS
) expects those people currently 32 to 41 years of age will rival the baby-boom generation based on per household spending.
A former Gratz College JCHS
Jewish Studies teacher, she now serves on the college's Library Committee.
In its annual "State of the Nation's Housing" report, the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University (JCHS
) affirmed that, while there are more reasons to be concerned than in the past, the outlook for the near future is still relatively bright.
According to Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS
), in 2003, the latest year for which figures are available, there were 13.7 million "moderately to severely burdened households" (with incomes between $10,712 and $36,136)--15 percent of all Americans--struggling to keep up with housing costs in city, suburban, and rural communities across the United States.
The nation faces a shortage of housing; housing is unaffordable for many poor families; and much of the available housing, especially rental stock, is substandard [Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS