How poverty area residents look for work

Hilaski, Harvey J.
March 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Mar71, Vol. 94 Issue 3, p41
Academic Journal
Focuses on the Urban Employment Survey (UES), which was conducted to find out how poverty area residents in various U.S. cities seek work. Major variances in jobseeking behavior; Categorization of behavior according to sex, ethnic origin and labor force characteristics; Differences in jobseeking between the poverty area population and the balance of the population.


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