Wages in Paperboard Container and Box Plants

Bauer, Frederick L.
January 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Jan66, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p43
Academic Journal
Provides data on wages in the paperboard container and box plants sectors in the United States in November 1964. Regional average earnings for all production workers; Establishment practices.


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