Reconciling Labor Department and stabilization agency wage data

Sheifer, Victor J.
April 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Apr73, Vol. 96 Issue 4, p24
Academic Journal
Describes the sets of compensation data published by the Pay Board and the Construction Industry Stabilization Committee and to reconcile differences in estimates of compensation change by the stabilization agencies and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data comparisons excluding construction; Construction industry data comparisons.


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