Current Labor Statistics

August 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Aug68, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p81
Academic Journal
Lists statistical data concerning labor in the United States. Labor force and employment; Labor turnover; Earnings and hours of work; Consumer and wholesale prices.


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