A profile of displaced pineapple workers on Moloka'i
Richard Lee Bowen, David Lindsley Foster, Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
HITAHR College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983 - Business & Economics - 24 pages
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age distribution agencies Agriculture and Human aquaculture Arrival in Hawai'i assistance Carpentry close to retirement College of Tropical concern condominiums considering Cooperative Extension Service Credit Union debt level Debt Payments developed displaced workers diversified agriculture due to rounding employment Ethnicity Experience in Farm Filipinos fishing fluent Food Stamp Gardening Hawaiian Home Lands Honolulu Household Member houses in Kualapu'u Human Resources Ilocano ILWU Immigration interest in farm January 14 Japanese job hunting job opportunities Kaunakakai labor force large number Maunaloa Moloka'i Task Force Moloka'i workers Monte workers month non-agricultural occupations older age groups Owner-operator Part-time percent n=6 Percentage responding persons Philippines pineapple operations pineapple plantation plan to retire Prefer questions Ranching relocate reported respondents indicated responses were allowed shown in Table Skill Areas sources of income specify Spouse Table 11 Tagalog terminated tota1 training programs Tropical Agriculture unemployment benefits union employees University of Hawaii workers were asked