Characteristics of jobless engineers

Naughton, Kathleen
October 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Oct72, Vol. 95 Issue 10, p16
Academic Journal
Discloses the findings of a survey commissioned by the National Science Foundation on the extent of the problem of unemployment among engineers in the U.S during the 1970's. Factors contributing to the fluctuations in demand for engineers; Percentage of unemployed engineers in private industry.


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