Summaries of Recent Studies

February 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Feb68, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p65
Academic Journal
Presents news items related to business studies in the United States compiled as of February 1968. Negative impact of the use of consumer credit on wage earners; Wages in men's suit and coat industry.


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