Research Summaries

Doyle, Philip M.; Nelson, Richard R.
September 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Sep73, Vol. 96 Issue 9, p75
Academic Journal
Presents summaries of labor-related studies in the United States. Rise in wage rates in the nation's principal communications carriers; Collective bargaining agreements in the Federal service; Job opportunities in environmental services.


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