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Occupational employment forecast, 1979.

Alaska. Dept. of Labor. Research and Analysis Section.

Occupational employment forecast, 1979.

by Alaska. Dept. of Labor. Research and Analysis Section.

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Published by Alaska Dept. of Labor, Research & Analysis] in [Juneau .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska
    • Subjects:
    • Employment forecasting -- Alaska -- Statistics.,
    • Job vacancies -- Alaska -- Statistics.,
    • Occupations -- Alaska -- Statistics.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5725.A4 A45 1979
      The Physical Object
      Pagination17 p. ;
      Number of Pages17
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4071691M
      LC Control Number79625966

      Intended for use with or without counseling help, this occupational exploration guide is organized around 12 interest areas, 66 work groups, and subgroups of occupational titles. The interest areas (an expansion of John Holland's six occupational categories) represent the broad interest requirements of occupations as well as the vocational interests of individuals. Occupational Employment Forecasts [G. Hughes, B. McCormick, J.J. Sexton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

      ERIC ED Technology Assessment and Occupational Education in the Future. Proceedings of a Conference (Chicago, Illinois, Ap ).   SIPP Evaluation Report: Class of Worker, Industry, and Occupation This report describes the data review process for I&O content appearing on the SIPP Panel, Waves 1 and 2, and assesses the SIPP public use files.

        Occupational projections also include wages and educational requirements. Employment Projections Archives Unemployment Insurance (UI) Claims Data Louisiana Unemployment Insurance (UI) claims data for initial and continued weeks claimed by industry and by program. Data for initial claims and continued weeks claimed are also available by Regional.   Ask the Experts: BLS Current Employment Statistics Survey – Is participation mandatory? January 21st, Question: We received a request from the New York State Department of Labor, Division of Research and Statistics, to provide information for “Occupational Employment Statistics Report in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor.”.


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