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ERIC Number: ED033798
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Aug
Pages: 36
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Manpower Services to Arizona Indians, 1968, Sixteenth Annual Report. Research and Information Series No. OPR-2-69.
Hackett, Margie I., Comp.
The Arizona State Employment Service (ASES) provides placement, testing, counseling, and manpower information services to Arizona's Indian labor force. Special services to Indians include Indian branch offices, special communications systems, an Indian job development program, and manpower resources development assistance. Two manpower resources studies providing information for dealing with problems of Indian unemployment and underemployment were completed in 1968 on the Navajo reservation and the Fort Apache, San Carlos, and Papago reservations. Future services planned include expanding training programs under the Manpower Development and Training Act, continuing Indian manpower resources studies, and sponsoring a Work Incentive Program on 2 reservations. Other Arizona agencies and their activities providing employment and manpower services to Indians are cited. An appendix presents statistics on Indian placement and ASES services provided. (JH)
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Authoring Institution: Arizona State Employment Service, Phoenix.