2 edition of Labor market information in rural areas found in the catalog.
Labor market information in rural areas
Conference on Labor Market Information in Rural Areas Michigan State University 1972.
1972 by Center for Rural Manpower and Public Affairs, Michigan State University in East Lansing .
Written in English
|Statement||Program and proceedings design: Collette Moser.|
|Contributions||Michigan State University. Center for Rural Manpower & Public Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||HD5724.C67 S5 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 239 p.|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||73620618|
Abstract. This chapter discusses how the labor market allows workers in rural areas to access a greater spectrum of work opportunities, and at the same time allows the expansion of labor-intensive activities in sparsely populated by: 1. A conference co-hosted by the IGC and the Stanford Center for International Development yielded multiple insights on the potential benefits of migration to cities for generating economic growth in developing countries. Reducing transport costs through transport subsidies and better roads allows people to work urban jobs with higher wages. Leading researchers gathered to contribute findings . The Role of Place: Labor Market Dynamics in Rural and Non-rural School Districts 2 evidence of a supply shortage. To continue building our understanding of labor market trends, this study examines the applicants for various job openings in a (nearly) statewide sample. The fact that in rural areas gender and illiteracy is not associated with fewer PwD employment could be a result of the prominence of agricultural labor [7, 11, 23,34].
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