Skill transfers: can defense workers adapt to civilian occupations?

Cambern, John R.; Newton, David A.
June 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Jun69, Vol. 92 Issue 6, p21
Academic Journal
Investigates the potential for missile production workers to find reemployment in nondefense jobs in the U.S. Minimum training required for transfer of skills; Transfer prospects for workers in defense occupations.


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