Young, Anne M.
December 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Dec74, Vol. 97 Issue 12, p49
Academic Journal
Reports on employment trends in the U.S. for 1973. Percentage of the population employed; Year-round full-time employment; Part-time work experience.


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