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

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Page 6 - Code) on a regional, State, and local basis, using electronic data processing and telecommunications systems to the maximum extent possible for the purpose of identifying sources of available persons and job vacancies...
Page 114 - A young nation, he said, is confronted with a challenge for which it finds a successful response. It then grows and prospers. But as time passes, the nature of the challenge changes. And if a nation continues to make the same, once-successful response to the new challenge, it inevitably suffers a decline and eventual failure.
Page 275 - As a matter of fact, it was appropriate for you to interrupt because that concludes my remarks and I will be happy to try to answer any questions that you have. [The prepared statement of Ms.
Page 6 - Federal contractors and subcontractors and providing for the affirmative action as required by section 2012(a) of title 38, United States Code, on a regional, State, and local basis, using electronic data processing and telecommunications systems to the maximum extent possible for the purpose of identifying sources of available...
Page 31 - X rays with computer technology to give sectional views of internal body structures, the supply of qualified technicians has not kept pace with the growth of this non-invasive diagnostic science and equipment.
Page 289 - The Secretary shall develop a comprehensive system of labor market information on a national, State, local, or other appropriate basis, which shall be made publicly available in a timely fashion.
Page 173 - Technology of technological changes occurring in 31-912 0-84-10 industries are Important. However, even with these studies and other analyses developed, the future impact of technological change is very difficult to forecast both as to its speed, to its dispersion, and to the exact quantification of Its impact. Consequently, we would be less than honest if we did not say that a large element of judgment enters into this aspect of our projections. To the extent that we fail to capture future technological...
Page 124 - The Secretary shall establish and carry out a nationwide computerized job bank and matching program...
Page 178 - In business sire and organization have resulted In differing trends for self-employed and salaried managers. The number of self-employed business managers will continue to decline as large corporations and chain operations Increasingly dominate many areas of business. Some small businesses, such as quick-service groceries and fast-food restaurants, still will provide some opportunities for self-employment. The demand for salaried managers will continue to grow as firms Increasingly depend on trained...
Page 30 - ... monitoring to work with architects, product engineers, and marketing staffs in the production, sales, and operation of energy conservation and control systems for housing, industrial plants, and machinery. Nuclear Medicine Technologists (75,000 jobs) will work with medicines and serums using radioisotopes. As the isotopes are absorbed in tissues and muscles, diagnosticians can observe functions of normal and/or damaged tissues and organs and can determine treatment needs and responses to medication,...

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