Rosenblum, Marc
September 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Sep74, Vol. 97 Issue 9, p28
Academic Journal
Discusses findings of a study by Paul Flaim which showed a link between job-market discouragement and economic conditions. Classifications of workers into two groups; Discouragement for personal factors; Correlation between the number of persons discouraged for job-market reasons and the unemployment rate.


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