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100 Monthly Lab. Rev. 1 (1977)

handle is hein.journals/month100 and id is 1 raw text is: MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW
Henry Lowenstem, Editor-in-Chief
Robert W. Fisher, Executive Editor

Dixie Sommers, Alan Eck
Douglas LeRoy
Leon Bornstein
Craig E. Polhernus
John L. Carey, Phyllis Flohr Otto
Allyson Sherman Grossman
Stuart H. Garfinkle
David B. Hecker
Solomon Barkin

3  Occupational mobility In the American labor force
Data from the Decennial Census reveal that almost a third of all workers
in 1965 had transferred to a different occupation by 1970
20  Scheduled wage increases and escalator provisions in 1977
The average deferred wage increase will be 5.9 percent, up from 5.4 percent
in 1976, with 3.7 million workers receiving at least one cost-of-living review
27   Industrial relations in 1976: highlights of key settlements
Contracts reflected worker concern over inflation, unemployment;
Auto Workers won more time off under new holiday plan
36  Significant labor decisions-n analysis
Supreme Court struck down a U.S. law setting minimum wages for State workers;
it upheld black-lung benefits and retroactive seniority to remedy bias
42  Output per unit of labor input in the retail food store industry
Productivity, as measured by output per hour of all persons, increased
2.4 percent annually during 1958-75 because of industry structural
changes and some technological improvements
48  The labor force patterns of divorced and separated women
Special Labor Force Report shows that of all women in the work force
in March 1975, about 1 out of 8 was either divorced or separated
54  The outcome of a spell of unemployment
New data on persons ending a spell of unemployment show
that two-thirds of the men and about half of the women find jobs
58 Internal politics splits Mine Workers' convention
62 European union agreements provide framework for public policies

Labor month in review
Foreign labor developments
Major agreements expiring next month
Book reviews
Current labor statistics

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