Comment on Proposed Occupational coding system

Lewis, Leon
October 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Oct68, Vol. 91 Issue 10, p53
Academic Journal
Comments on the proposed occupational coding system in the United States. Description of the proposed coding system; Comparison of the proposed system with the existing classification systems in use as of October 1968.


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