Educational Attainment of Workers in March 1965

Johnston, Denis F.; Hamel, Harvey R.
March 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Mar66, Vol. 89 Issue 3, p250
Academic Journal
Discusses the educational attainment of workers in the United States as of March 1965. Inclusion of evidence that unemployment among the least educated workers is responsive to improved economic conditions; Greater reduction in unemployment for nonwhite workers than white workers at almost every level of education; Negligible educational gains of working women that are a function of their age distribution.


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