Labor turnover on NYA projects in Connecticut. Dec. 1935-Dec. 1937: National Youth Administration, Thomas J. Dodd, director
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accept actual additional Administration agency Answers appeared available changes in business checked Clerical cnployncnt concerning CONCLUSION Connecticut continuing current data December 22 decrease departures Doccnbcr domestic service early emergency employed extremely fact factory fall figures following four frequently girls government governmental relief greater group hope improved business activity increase indicate individuals industry information JOB SECURED labor load Labor turn-over large numbers Late March left Length LONG DO YOUTH male youth ment movement nature nonth notable November numbers leaving nust October Openings operation opportunities past period Personal ployment point presented probably due program project employment PROJECTS FLUCTUATED public questions ranging fron rapid reasons records relatively replacements responded results reveal rise rose school Securing Private Employment sensitive separations September situation slightly SORT stabilize status stay steadily Steady stood studies tend tho boys Total female youth twelve months TYPE OF JOB winter wore youth assignments youth workers