Morrison, Oscar F.
April 1975
Monthly Labor Review;Apr75, Vol. 98 Issue 4, p67
Academic Journal
Focuses on wage differentials among manufacturing workers in the U.S. and Canada. Average hourly earnings of production workers in selected manufacturing industries in both countries; Difference between the exchange value of the Canadian dollar and the American dollar; Comparison between the wage surveys of both countries.


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