Job vacancies in manufacturing, 1969-73

Armknecht Jr., Paul A.
August 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Aug74, Vol. 97 Issue 8, p27
Academic Journal
Examines job vacancies in the U.S. manufacturing sector from 1969 to 1973. Factors for the holding of job vacancy surveys; Use of job vacancy data; Importance of job vacancy data in manufacturing industries in predicting economic conditions; Contrast in the directions of job vacancies and unemployment; Labor turnover; Estimates of new hires and vacancies.


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