Training in Service Occupations

May 1966
Monthly Labor Review;May66, Vol. 89 Issue 5, p523
Academic Journal
Focuses on manpower development and training in the service sector in the United States. Employment trends in the sector; Educational level of service workers; Institutional projects for training service workers; Enrollment in on-the-job training in the service occupations.


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