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Industrial and occupational trends in national employment, 1910-1940, 1910-1948

Gladys L. Palmer

Industrial and occupational trends in national employment, 1910-1940, 1910-1948

by Gladys L. Palmer

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Published by Industrial Research Dept., Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, University of Pennsylvania in [Philadelphia] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Labor supply -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliographical footnotes.

      Statement[by] Gladys Louise Palmer [and] Ann Ratner.
      SeriesResearch report, no. 11
      ContributionsRatner, Ann Rachel, 1921-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5724 .P3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination68 p.
      Number of Pages68
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6061540M
      LC Control Number49048671
      OCLC/WorldCa2357889

      Occupational Outlook Handbook Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics: Contributor: United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics: Publisher: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Original from: University of Minnesota: Digitized: . OCCUPATION AND INDUSTRYOccupation and industry are key variables needed to describe and analyze the world of work experienced by men, women, and sometimes children in nations around the world and the changes that occur in this experience over time. These variables are also indispensable in describing the structure of national economies and their temporal .

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Later in the s, she worked with Gladys L. Palmer in the Department of Industrial Research at the Wharton School; with Palmer she published the research report Industrial and occupational trends in national employment, Part Industrial - Its INDUSTRIAL AND OCCUPATIONAL TRENDS IN NATIONAL EMPLOYMENTby Gladys L.

Palmer and Ann Ratner. Research report no. Industrial Research Department. Wharton School of Finance and Commerce University of Pennsylvania. Variously paged. [] INDUSTRIAL AREA PROFILES. Technical. Later in the s, she worked with Gladys L. Palmer in the Department of Industrial Research at the Wharton School; with 1910-1940 she published the research report Industrial and occupational trends in national employment,In the s, she also worked as a statistician for the United States Census Bureau.

Industrial and occupational trends in national employmentby Gladys L. Palmer, Ann Ratner (Research report / University of Pennsylvania. Wharton School of Finance and Commerce. Industrial Research Unit, no. 11) Industrial Research Unit, Department of Industry, Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, University of.

This report presents the occupational and industrial trends over the year period from to –a period during which the U.S. changed from a predominantly agricultural nation to a highly industrialized urban nation.

Part I.–Comparative occupation and industry statistics, and 年代の後半に、ウォートン・スクールの産業研究部門 (the Department of Industrial Research) にいた グラディス・L・パーマー (英語版) と共同で研究に取り組み、年に共著により調査報告『Industrial and occupational trends in national employment,』を. Employment of production occupations is projected to decline 5 percent, with a loss of aboutjobs from to Technological advancements are expected to continue to replace many of the manufacturing workers that make up a large share of the production occupations.

CES data capture these trends and allow for an in-depth analysis of the changing employment structure of the national economy over the last years.

Each month, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Current Employment Statistics (CES) program surveys approximatelybusinesses and government agencies, which represent approximately. Discrimination in The Labor Movement. As sweeping technological change began to undermine the craft system of production, some national unions did move toward an industrial structure, most notably.

Industrial Engineers. National employment isand the mean annual wage is $90, Michigan has the most industrial engineers, w; Texas is one of the best paying states, at $, Industrial Engineers have a projected percent increase in employment from to (faster than average). Chemical Technicians. These questions describe the work activity and occupational experience of the American labor force.

Data are used to formulate policy and programs for employment, career development and training, and to measure compliance with antidiscrimination policies. Mandated reports for Congress on the labor force rely on the analysis of these.

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Employment Trends by Industry and Occupation Projected employment changes for occupation and industry at the national level. Employment Trends by Occupation Across States Establish where a selected occupation employment levels are ranked at the state and national level.

and direction of the trends in the occupational and industrial distribution of the Nation's labor force. Unfortunately, the for each of the employment status classes that compose the experienced labor force-the employed, the workers seeking. Figure 2 shows the trends for high-wage occupations’ and low-wage occupations’ share of total employment.

As noted in a previous blog post, the employment share in low-wage (i.e., service) occupations was stable and remained at a low level—roughly 15 percent of total employment—over the last few decades.

The trends in the s differ in the CPS and the .For the US, national statistics are also available in the National Industry-Occupation Employment Matrix based on SIC (Stand- ard Industrial Classification) and SOC (Standard Occupational.For over 30 years, Work and Occupations has published rigorous social science research on the human dynamics of the workplace, employment, and society from an international, interdisciplinary and Occupations provides you with a broad perspective on the workplace, examining international approaches to work-related issues as well as insights from .