Analysis and Use of Job Vacancy Statistics: Part I

Konstant, Raymond A.; Wingeard, Irvin F.O.
August 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Aug68, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p22
Academic Journal
Part I. Discusses the use of job vacancy statistical data in relation to unemployment and employment in the United States. Relation of job vacancy data to labor turnover; Analysis of hard-to-fill vacancies; Rates of unemployment and employment.


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