Construction manpower needs by 1980

Hahn, William F.
July 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Jul71, Vol. 94 Issue 7, p12
Academic Journal
Projects manpower requirements for the construction industry in the United States, by 1980. Long-term demands for labor; Construction needs in the private and public sectors; Annual average employment in construction; Growth anticipated in the volume of public and private construction work.


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