Some jobs are gone for good

March 2004
Countryside & Small Stock Journal;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 88 Issue 2, p95
Reports on job losses in the U.S. private sector, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics since 2001. Occurrence of job losses in the high-technology professions; Jobs that are at risk of reduction; Change in clerical jobs.


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