Labor Month in Review

October 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Oct74, Vol. 97 Issue 10, p2
Academic Journal
Comments on changes in the statistical section of the 'Monthly Labor Review' periodical. Reorganization of the section on labor statistics; Notes on data sources and limitations, definitions and survey methods; Goals and objectives behind the section changes.


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