May 1974
Monthly Labor Review;May74, Vol. 97 Issue 5, p72
Academic Journal
Discusses the report 'Reemployment Assistance for Engineers, Scientists, and Technicians Unemployed Because of Aerospace and Defense Cutbacks,' by the U.S. Comptroller General. Success of the 1971 federal program to assist engineers, scientists and technicians laid off by the aerospace and defense industries; Program's deficiency in helping applicants find jobs and in providing financial assistance to participants.


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