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From school to labor market
Youths first jobs_
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0.5 percent 30 hours activities annual earnings appendix table average earnings Average weekly earnings Binghamton Birmingham boys and girls class of father December differences distribution Total 100 domestic and personal Duluth earnings of youth economic eighth Eighth-Grade Graduating Class employed full employment status entered the labor February full-time employment grade high school hourly earnings hours per week industrial groups interview January Jobs on July June labor market labor-market entrants labor-market experience learned of jobs leaving school Less than 0.5 National Youth Administration Negro youth obtaining jobs October part-time jobs Percent distribution Total ployed Profes Progress Administration Projects Administration proportion of youth proprietors relatively rental areas section of city securing employment seek semiskilled Servant and domestic social-economic Stenography and allied tion unem unemployed unskilled Usual Occupational Class wages white youth young workers youth employed youth entered youth learned Youth Spent youth's first full-time