Trends in Average Annual Earnings and Income

Sackley, Arthur
November 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Nov65, Vol. 88 Issue 11, p1302
Academic Journal
Examines trends in average earnings among major occupational groups and among workers in the United States as classified by major industry. Focus on changes in median annual earnings of workers from 1958 to 1963; Occupational groups which experienced marked percent rises in earnings for all-women workers during the time of the study; Long-range trends in wage or salary income of major occupational groups.


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