Study Hall Research and Veterans Florida engage in 3rd wave of post-service employment opportunity analysis research

Veterans Florida, a non-profit veterans’ services organization, has tapped Study Hall Research for the third consecutive year to undertake primary research aimed at evaluating the job search needs and opportunities for service members post-separation as they make the transition to civilian employment.

This comprehensive research engages with veterans and active-duty members of the military through qualitative focus groups, in-depth interviews and a large-scale nationwide online survey using Study Hall’s QuickStudyTM platform. The feedback obtained will be used to better shape the Florida career opportunities available to veterans as they move into the public sector. This research builds on the findings of research conducted annually beginning in 2015.

Addressing this research engagement, Rodney Kayton (Managing Partner, Study Hall) said ‘Veterans Florida is a valued partner, and Study Hall Research is proud to be able to provide custom primary market research that helps the Veterans Florida organization achieve its strategic goals as it provides a diverse array of services to those who have served in the military and want to live and work in Florida. By aligning qualitative focus groups with the broad reach of our QuickStudyTM online survey platform, we are able to provide significant value to the client.’

Veterans Florida is a non-profit corporation created by the State of Florida with the goal to help veterans successfully transition to civilian life in Florida. The organization connects veterans to employers, grants funds to employers for the hiring and training of veterans and educates veterans on the steps to take to open their own businesses in Florida. For more information, visit

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