Future Job Opportunities

November 1973
Labor Law Journal;Nov73, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p765
Academic Journal
The article reports on U.S. Assistant Secretary of Labor William H. Kolberg's call for state employment security agencies to increase the number of people placed in jobs annually within three years. According to Kolberg, the ideal rate of employment is 8 million a year by the end of 1976. This requires better management through the use of all the expanding knowledge and techniques, Kolberg said. He also added that increase job opportunities depends on the success of the 2,4000 local employment businesses in convincing employers to use their services.


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