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by Leonard Abe Lecht
Leonard A. Lecht, Occupational Choices and Training Needs: Prospects for the 1980s (New York: Praeger, 1977 .
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Changes in Occupational Characteristics: Planning Ahead for the 1980's. An overview is presented of the many developments affecting occupational choices and training needs in the 1980's. The study seeks to develop an understanding of the growth rate through 1985 of 123 selected occupations in nonprofessional fields, examines important characteristics of these occupations such as earnings level, educational attainment, and the representation of women and nonwhites
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Lecht, Leonard Abe, 1920- author. Publication Information. vii, 87 pages ; 28 cm. Series Title. Conference Board report ; no. 691. Subjects. Labor supply - United States.
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Changes in occupational characteristics. Includes bibliographical references. by Leonard Abe Lecht. Published 1976 by The Board in . Written in English. 691, Conference Board report ;, no.
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