Skills Development

Schultz, Theodore W.
July 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Jul65, Vol. 88 Issue 7, p839
Academic Journal
Discusses how the increase in the demand for workers with high skills add to the poverty of Afro-Americans, mostly those in the South. Decrease in market demand for skills required in agriculture; Depression of the market for the skills of Afro-Americans; Factors which contribute to poverty in the Southern States.


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