Federal White-Collar occupations

Gartaganis, Arthur J.
August 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Aug68, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p1
Academic Journal
Discusses employment trends for the United States federal government's white-collar workers from 1958-1966. Occupational categories; Role of the government in increasing employment of engineers, scientists and technicians; Rate of increase in federal workforce.


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