Problems in analyzing Urban Employment Survey data

Stambler, Howard V.
November 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Nov69, Vol. 92 Issue 11, p51
Academic Journal
Considers the problems in analyzing urban employment survey data in the U.S. Pitfalls of sampling; Problems of comparability; Classification of race and ethnic origin; Interpretation and analysis of questions; Survey on the subjective area of attitudes; Variation in time periods.


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