Job Forecasting: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight of the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Ninety-eighth Congress, First Session, April 6, 7, 1983
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Technology. Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight
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Page 6 - including the listing of all suitable employment openings with local offices of the State employment service agencies by Federal contractors and subcontractors, and providing for the affirmative action, as required by section 2012(a) of Title 38,
Page 6 - shall develop a comprehensive system of labor market information on a national, State, local, and other appropriate basis,
Page 138 - This concludes my prepared statement, Mr. Chairman. We would be glad to respond to any questions the subcommittee may have. Mr.
Page 43 - Computer operators 91.7 Office machine service technicians 86.7 Tax preparers 77.9 Computer programmers . 77.2 Aero-astronautic engineers 74.8 Employment interviewers 72.0 Fast food restaurant workers 69.4 Childcare attendants 66.5 Veterinarians 66.1 Chefs 55.0
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Page 282 - I and my colleagues will be pleased to answer any questions that you and other Committee members may have. Mr.
Page 191 - The Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training of the US Department of Labor
Page 6 - providing an expeditious means of matching the qualifications of unemployed, underemployed, and economically disadvantaged persons with