career prospects for managers-to-be: a look to the 1980s

Ginzberg, Eli
September 1977
Advanced Management Journal (03621863);Fall77, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p50
Academic Journal
Examines the factors that are likely to determine how loose or tight the labor market would be for future managers in the United States. Trends in the labor market for managerial manpower; Forecasts on the labor market by the 1980s; Advice on career planning to management students.


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