Hired Labor Survey: An Estimate of the Potential Costs of Extending Unemployment Compensation to Hired Farm Laborers. A Survey Conducted for the North Dakota Unemployment Compensation Division
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20 weeks 3.8 per cent 499 acre stratum 60 days 95 per cent Agricultural Stabilization appendix approximately nine ASC listing sheets Basic Estimate basic weekly benefit benefit schedule Census of Agriculture Coefficient of Variation Conservation Office contribution rate contributions and benefits cost estimate cost of covering cost of extending coverage to hired cut-off points eligibility requirements employees exclude extending coverage farm operators hiring farms hiring Farms in Walsh figure Grand Forks higher percentage hired farm labor imately inadequacy informed guess l50 days l954 Census laborers hired large number livestock farmers minimum number minimum qualifying wage multiplied by $288 North Dakota Not-at-homes number of acres number of farms number of laborers operators by number Pembina percentage of farm post card nonrespondents Pretest Interviews previous subtotal questionnaires sample was drawn sampling fraction sampling frame smaller percentage Stabilization and Conservation standard error Taxable Wages tier Unemployment Compensation Division variance weekly benefit amount