2 edition of Philadelphia workers in a changing economy. found in the catalog.
Philadelphia workers in a changing economy.
Gladys Louise Palmer
Bibliography: p. 182-184.
|Series||Industrial Research Dept., Wharton School of Finance [and] Commerce, University of Pennsylvania. Research studies, 38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 189 p. illus.|
|Number of Pages||189|
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Find more information about: OCLC Number: Philadelphia Workers in a Changing Economy places the findings of a unique research program investigating the problems and conditions of a metropolitan labor market in their historical setting.
While the book has special interest for individuals and organizations concerned with the economic welfare of Philadelphia and its environs, its. Book Review:Philadelphia Workers in a Changing Economy. By Gladys L. Palmer Book Reviews.
Evan B. Alderfer + −Author: Evan B. Alderfer. Specifically, changes in the industries supporting Philadelphia’s economy, and the changing nature of work have impacted workforce development and the economic focus of our region.
A Changing Industry Mix. In one in three Philadelphia workers was employed in manufacturing. Today, one in ten works in manufacturing. This is the story of what has happened to the ways in which Philadelphians make a living.
It describes the impact of the two world wars, the depression, and postwar prosperity on the structure and functioning of the labor market.
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