Skills and location of defense-related workers

Rutzick, Max A.
February 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Feb70, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p11
Academic Journal
Describes work skills found in government and private defense-related enterprises in the United States in 1968. Changes in the occupational structure of the defense work between 1967 and 1968; Regional distribution of defense employment by occupation groups; Methods utilized to make the estimates.


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