February 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Feb73, Vol. 96 Issue 2, p54
Academic Journal
Cites research findings on the age and length of service of federal employees in the U.S. Comparison of the age and length of service of male and female government employees; Correlation between sex and length of service in the public sector; Policy implications on industrial relations.


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