Labor Markets, Unions, and Government Policies

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TABLES
1 Employment Status of the Noninstitutional Population by Age and Sex--Annual Averages, 196119
2 Average Length of Working Life by Major Occupational Group, 195022
3 U.S. Employment by Major Industrial Divisions, 1950 and 196023
4 Major Occupation Groups of the Economically Active Civilian Population in the United States, 1900 to 195025
5 Percentage Distribution by Major Occupation Group for the Economically Active Civilian Population of the United States, 1900 to 195026
6 Distribution of Persons Employed in Nonfarm Occupations, 1950 and 196027
7 Labor Force Balance Sheet for the 1960's in Millions38
8 Hypothetical Average and Marginal Labor Expenditures under Different Market Conditions59
9 Percentage of Workers Who Did Not Change Employers, According to Special Studies69
10 Percentage Distribution of Voluntary Job Separations by Major Reason Given by Worker, Selected Studies74
11 Percentage Distribution of Job Shifts by Change in Wages, Selected Studies77

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