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Changes in the Occupational Structure of the Labor Force
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AFL-CIO agreements American areas average bargaining units Bureau capital collective bargaining competitive contracts costs craft unions D.C. United demand for labor Department of Labor differentials earnings Economic Growth effects of unionism employed employers employment example extent factors factors of production federal Figure firms fringe benefits groups important income Industrial Relations labor force labor market Labor Mobility Labor Relations Labor Unions legislation manufacturing membership ment Mobility money wage rates negotiated Negro nomic nonunion nonwhite occupational organization percent period Phillips curve political population production programs railroad reduce regions relative result retraining rise secondary boycotts skilled social Source standards Statistics strike Table Taft-Hartley Act technological change tend tion trade unions unem unemployed unemployment rate union members union power United States Department Wage Determination wage increases wage level wage movements wage structure workers workweek York