Hired farm workers, a study to evaluate the feasibility of extending the minimum wage under the Fair labor standards act, submitted to the Congress January 1966
U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1966 - Business & Economics - 145 pages
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Realized net income per farm
STATE MINIMU4 WAGE LAWS OR ORDERS APPLICABLE TO AGRI
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100.0 Average hourly 1965 Enumerative Survey 196U All Farms according to number average hourly earnings basis in survey cents an hour Department of Agriculture distribution of hired farms and farms farms classified according farms Less farms that furnished farms using 300 hired farm workers hired labor Hired workers paid indicated number l1ars large farms Less than 300 less than specified man-days of hired million Number and percent Number in thousands Number of farms Number of hired number of man-days Number of Persons number of workers OTOTOT OTOTOT peak quarter percent distribution percent of hired piece rate basis piece rate workers quarter in 1964 quarter of previous Special tabulations specified hourly rates Standard error 000 survey week Total number U. S. Department Week Number week on farms West workers in survey workers on farms workers paid less XXX XXX Source XXX XXX XXX