Labor Force Projections by State, 1970 and 1980

Johnston, Denis F.; Methee, George R.
October 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Oct66, Vol. 89 Issue 10, p1098
Academic Journal
Presents a report on labor force projections in the United States by state and by region from 1960 through 1980. Forecast increase in the total resident labor force of the U.S. from 1960 through 1980; Greatest increase predicted in the West; Summary of the projected state labor force levels for each age-sex-color group.


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