Technology and structural unemployment: reemploying displaced adults
Congress of the U.S., Office of Technology Assessment, 1986 - Business & Economics - 445 pages
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99th Congress adjustment adult education advance notice assessment assistance to displaced automated basic education basic skills deficiencies benefits blue-collar workers Congress costs Department of Labor develop displaced adults displaced home displaced homemakers displaced worker programs displaced worker projects education and training effective eligible emphasis employers employment eral Federal find new jobs firms fiscal HALBOUTY high-technology improve income support industries instructional technology interstate job bank Issue Area job losses job search JTPA Title labor force labor market manufacturing ment Milpitas nearly number of workers occupations offer options parents and homemakers percent placed workers plant closings policies production remedial education retraining sectors semiskilled single parents spending Structural Unemployment technological change tion Title III programs trade U.S. Department U.S. Government Printing unemployed unemployment insurance unemployment rate United Auto Workers vocational education vocational skills training vulnerable to displacement workers displaced