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The Consequences of Job Dislocation
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6-MONTH PERIOD FOLLOWING Adams and Aronson blue-collar workers branch manager changes circulation department circulation workers commercial unskilled commercial workers craft unions cross-sectional sample data in Table depressed labor market Detroit area direct application editorial and commercial editorial workers employed employees ex-Times workers ex-Timesmen experience Faber factor Ferman find jobs finding a job FOLLOWING THE SHUTDOWN found jobs Free Press Guild Hearst Hearst Corporation high school hired impact of job income industrial workers interview job dislocation job hunting JOB IN 6-MONTH job leads job offer job opportunities job seeking jumper less ment mercial workers newsboys newspaper field newspaper workers number of job number of workers ployment pressroom workers reem reemployability reemployed workers reported respondents rienced seniority Sheppard skill level skilled craftsmen skilled group softening the impact sources of job studies of job subscribers successful job seekers tion Total number unem unemployment insurance union wages white-collar workers WORKERS WHO FOUND