Employment in manufacturing during the '69-'71 downturn

Stinson Jr., John F.
June 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Jun72, Vol. 95 Issue 6, p34
Academic Journal
Analyzes manpower developments in the manufacturing industries in the United States since 1969 and contrasts them with movements of employment and hours of work in these industries during the 1957-1958 and 1960-1961 recessions. Reasons for the lack of sustained recovery in the performance of manufacturing employment; Durable goods employment.


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