ERIC Number: ED032392
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Jan
Reference Count: 0
Manpower Report of the President, including A Report on Manpower Requirements, Resources, Utilization, and Training. Statistics on Manpower: A Supplement to the Manpower Report of the President. (March 1961).
Department of Labor, Washington, DC.
The seventh annual manpower report is presented in three parts: The Employment Record, Manpower Policy and Programs, and Manpower Research and Experimentation. Discussion of the employment record addresses employment developments and their economic background, patterns of employment growth, unemployment and underemployment, developments in the labor force, and productivity. Sub-divisions of the section on manpower policies and programs include manpower development through the schools, enlisting private industry cooperation, and meeting individual needs. The focus of manpower research was on manpower requirements and resources, joblessness, occupational training, job market processes, and equal employment opportunity. Experimental and demonstration programs are discussed relative to program accomplishments, impact on legislation, and inter-agency cooperation. A cost-effectiveness analysis of manpower programs, an evaluation of manpower programs, and statistical tables on the labor force, employment, unemployment, and training are appended. A related document, the sixth manpower report, is available as ED 020 299. (CH)
Descriptors: Cooperative Programs, Coordination, Cost Effectiveness, Demonstration Programs, Economic Factors, Educational Programs, Employment, Employment Patterns, Employment Programs, Employment Statistics, Federal Programs, Human Resources, Labor Force, Labor Force Development, Labor Needs, Labor Utilization, Productivity, Program Descriptions, Program Evaluation, Research, School Business Relationship, Tables (Data), Training
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Authoring Institution: Department of Labor, Washington, DC.