Eldridge, Paul; Wolkstein, Irwin
October 1956
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Oct56, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p101
Academic Journal
This study examines the question whether the incidence of job change is diffused throughout the work force or is concentrated in a relatively small group of "shifters," who are responsible for the bulk of the turnover. It is based upon analysis of the Continuous Work History Sample of the OASI for the years 1951-1952.


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