Open issues in public employment programs

May 1975
Monthly Labor Review;May75, Vol. 98 Issue 5, p29
Academic Journal
Presents an excerpt from the 'Manpower Report of the President, 1975,' which points up open issues involved in designing public unemployment programs. Federal job creation impacts; Issue of whom to serve; Limitations of the programs; Multi-purpose program vs. work relief paying wages.


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