Unionization of Engineers and Technicians

Kleingartner, Archie
October 1967
Monthly Labor Review;Oct67, Vol. 90 Issue 10, p29
Academic Journal
Determines the extent of unionization among engineers and engineering technicians in the United States. Number of engineers and technicians who are represented by unions in collective bargaining and who are members of unions themselves; Distribution of organized engineers and technicians among alternative union forms; Characteristic of professional organizations that qualify them as a union.


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