The Earnings and Weekly Hours of Factory Workers

Cocco, Joseph
October 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Oct65, Vol. 88 Issue 10, p1206
Academic Journal
Studies factory worker earnings and work hours in the United States for March 1964. Characteristics of the manufacturing sector that affect earnings and work hours; Average hourly earnings; Relationship of earnings to weekly work hours.


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