America's Future Work Force: A Health and Education Policy Issues Handbook

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Figure 1.9

Combined General Expenditure by State and Local Governments, 1989-90

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Government Finances 1989-1990 ( Washington, D.C.: U. S. Government Printing Office, December 1991), Table 5, p. 6.

overall, but with historic patterns of boundary formation and adjustment playing a crucial role in economic growth or decline.
Growing problems for many working couples in dealing with child care and balancing work and home responsibilities.
Increasingly direct correlation between educational attainment and occupational advancement.
Continued and intensified fiscal constraints upon public revenues and expenditure flexibility at all levels of government, arising from national economic conditions, the federal deficit, and taxpayer resistance to unearmarked taxation.
The issue of a major shift in public and private resources toward reclamation and preventive measures to maximize survival of, and opportunity for, the increasingly atrisk child, youth, and young adult populations, especially in the poverty areas of America's central cities.

The following chapters treat principal potentialities and deterrents to employability as applied to the fields of health care and education.


NOTES
1
U.S. Department of Labor press release 90-172, April 5, 1990, 1.
2
Committee for Economic Development (CED), Research and Policy Committee, An America That Works: The Life-Cycle Approach to a Competitive Work Force ( New York: CED, 1990), 6.

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