Skill Requirements for Computer Manufacturer

Greenspan, Harvey
September 1967
Monthly Labor Review;Sep67, Vol. 90 Issue 9, p52
Academic Journal
Discusses the skill requirements for computer manufacturing in the U.S. Development and rapid adoption of electronic computers; Distribution of occupations; Occupational distribution of employment.


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