Year of Harvest: The 1966 Manpower Report

March 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Mar66, Vol. 89 Issue 3, pII
Academic Journal
Presents excerpts from the U.S. President's March 1966 report to the U.S. Congress on manpower requirements, resources utilization and training. Focus on manpower prospects and problems which are emerging as the products of substantial economic progress; Sharpest acceleration in job growth in 1965 that occurred among blue-collar workers; Industrial and occupational pattern of the employment increase in 1965.


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