Workforce 2000: Work and Workers for the 21st Century
Workforce 2000: Work and Workers for the 21st Century This comprehensive official publication predicts U.S. labor and work force trends for the next 15 years and discusses significant policy issues, recognizing six challenges: · Stimulating world growth · Improving productivity in the service industries · Improving the dynamism of an aging workforce · Reconciling the needs of women, work, and families · Integrating Blacks and Hispanics fully into the workforce · Improving workers' education and skills.
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THE FORCES SHAPING THE AMERICAN ECONOMY
SCENARIOS FOR THE YEAR 2000
WORK AND WORKERS IN THE YEAR 2000
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