The Structure of the Labor Market and Associated Training Patterns
by Marcia K. Freedman — 1982
The trends in the demand for workers at various skill levels and in the patterns of their training interact with such demographic factors as the age distribution of the population, labor force participation rates, levels of achieved schooling, and the special position of minority groups in such a way as to produce some general, if speculative, implications.
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