Research Summaries

Caramela, Edward J.; Ridzon, Donald S.
March 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Mar72, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p53
Academic Journal
Discusses research findings related to labor in the United States as of March 1972. Wages in separate trousers and cigarette manufacturing; Management positions of women and minorities; Proportion of young men and women remaining single.


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