Professional Personnel for the City of New York: Report of the Study of Professional, Technical, and Managerial Manpower Needs of the City of New York

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Contents
FOREWORDvii
ACKNOWLEDGMENTSxiii
1. WHAT THE CITY NEEDS to Do1
Elements of the Problem2
Solutions to the Problem5
Costs and Savings9
2. THE NATIONAL MANPOWER OUTLOOK AND THE
NEEDS OF THE CITY10
Population and Labor Force Projections11
The Demand for Skilled Manpower16
The Supply and Use of Skilled Manpower18
Supply and Demand in Selected Occupations20
Symptoms of the City's Manpower Problems28
Conclusions37
3. ATTITUDES TOWARD CITY EMPLOYMENT39
The Survey: Coverage and Methods40
Present Employees' Answers to Questionnaires42
Views of Employees about Their Present Jobs44
The Personal Interview52
Comparison with Brookings Federal Study53
Views of Those Who Work for Other Employers56
Views of Resigned Employees62
Views of Students and Recent Graduates64
Conclusion67
4. DIVISION OF RESPONSIBILITIES FOR PERSONNEL WORK68
Dispersal of Functions68
Effect of Budget Controls on Personnel Administration71
The Department of Personnel and the Civil Service Commission76
Personnel Administration in Operating Departments77
Records and Statistics82
Summary of Recommendations83

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