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August 1989, Vol. 112, No. 8



Employment gains slow in the first half of 1989
Steven E. Haugen
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How many new jobs since 1982? Two surveys differ
Paul O. Flaim
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Reasons for not working: poor and nonpoor compared
Mark Littman
Abstract | Excerpt | Full text in PDF (403K)

Cyrus S. Ching: pioneer in industrial peacemaking
A. H. Raskin
Abstract | Excerpt | Full text in PDF (1,278K)

Productivity in retail auto and home supply stores
Patricia S. Wilder
Abstract | Excerpt | Full text in PDF (334K)


Milestones in Producer Price Index methodology and presentation (PDF 162K)
Andrew G. Clem

Do more-educated workers fare better following job loss? (PDF 425K)
Paul Swaim and Michael Podgursky


Labor month in review
Technical note
Research summary
Major agreement expiring next month
Developments in industrial relations
Book reviews
Current labor statistics

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