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ERIC Number: ED080238
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Jun
Pages: 70
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San Miguel County, New Mexico. A Report on Manpower Resources.
New Mexico State Employment Service, Santa Fe.
The Smaller Communities Program of Employment Security Offices furnishes manpower services to remote, low-income areas of New Mexico and makes comprehensive studies of the manpower and other resources which the community can use for expanding job opportunities. Other objectives include enumerating the unemployed, underemployed, and those wishing to change jobs, registering them for employment and job development; testing applicants for aptitude and performance, assisting them in job selection, and assisting employers in selecting workers; recruiting workers locally, intrastate, and interstate; and collecting data on community resources for planning and economic development. This study reports San Miguel County's manpower and its needs. Information is given on 1,672 individuals registered with the Las Vegas Office of the New Mexico Employment Service in March and April 1972; manpower and natural resources; local government, schools, and community services; education; medical facilities; recreation; transportation; utilities; financial institutions; and typography, climate, population, and a brief history of the county. Projected occupational needs and findings of a Las Vegas garment industry survey conducted in November 1971 are given in the appendices. (NQ)
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Authoring Institution: New Mexico State Employment Service, Santa Fe.
Identifiers - Location: New Mexico