The relationship between changes in wage rates and in hourly earnings

Sheifer, Victor J.
August 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Aug70, Vol. 93 Issue 8, p10
Academic Journal
Discusses the relationship between changes in wage rates and hourly earnings. Results of a survey on conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor on wage developments; Conceptual differences between wage rates and earnings changes; Wage rate increases in establishments; Factors influencing variations in premium pay.


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