May 1972
Monthly Labor Review;May72, Vol. 95 Issue 5, p54
Academic Journal
Reports on the increase in the wage levels of production and related workers in petroleum refineries from December 1965 to April 1971, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' occupational wage surveys. Changes in the Consumer Price Index; Cost of retirement pension plans; Severance pay provisions for employees permanently separated from work because of plant closing.


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