Educational attainment of workers, March 1969 and 1970

Deutermann, William
October 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Oct70, Vol. 93 Issue 10, p9
Academic Journal
Examines findings of surveys conducted in March 1969 and March 1970 on the educational attainment of the labor force in the United States. Improvements in educational attainment; Advances in the educational achievement of minority groups; Relationship between education and unemployment.


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