Analysis and Use of Job Vacancy Statistics: Part II

Konstant, Raymond A.; Wingeard, Irvin F.
September 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Sep68, Vol. 91 Issue 9, p18
Academic Journal
Presents an analysis of job vacancies in relation to labor turnover and aspects of hard-to-fill vacancies in the United States. Contribution of the collection of vacancy and labor turnover to the operational effectiveness of the statistical program; Effect of pay rates on filling job vacancies.


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