Earnings differences in machinery manufacturing

Schwenk, Albert E.
July 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Jul74, Vol. 97 Issue 7, p38
Academic Journal
Discusses results of a study on the differences in the earnings of workers in the machinery manufacturing industry. Earnings comparison between skilled and unskilled workers; Causes of earnings variations; Estimate effect of labor market unionization on earnings.


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