Labor Month in Review

April 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Apr69, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p2
Academic Journal
Contains news on the various labor sectors in the U.S., current as of April 1969. Wage bargaining negotiations of air and railroad transport workers; Pension agreement negotiations of the Baseball Players' Association and major league teams; Increase in the number of jobholders in the nonagricultural sector.


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